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Problem to access remote network VPN 3005

I have problem when i connect to my VPN 3005 concentrator (central site 192.168.1.0) with SW client and try to ping remote network (192.168.2.0) that is connected using VPN 3002 in network exstension mode. Is there a routing problem? Thanks.

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Re: Problem to access remote network VPN 3005

Are you doing split tunnelling? If so make sure the 192.168.2.0 network is included in your split tunnel list to the clients, and that the VPN pool of addresses is included in the list sent to the 3002.

Also if you're doing split tunnelling you'll need to send traffic FROM behind the 3002 to the VPN pool of addresses first, BEFORE you'll be able to connect from the client to behind the 3002, this is because the 3002 won't actually build the SA for this network until it sees traffic for it outbound.

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Re: Problem to access remote network VPN 3005

I'm doing split tunneling and I have the networks specified in the "local" profile under network list. Can you describe the second action deeper or is there a configuration example that you can send to me? Thanks for your reply.

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