Problems accessing networks through Cisco VPN client
I have engineers that access client networks through Cisco's VPN client. This is HTTP traffic that will prompt a user login. It leaves my network through a PIX 515 running IOS 6.3(1) I create access lists to allow traffic out to each site when requested. For the most part this works witout any problem but I have two networks that refuse communication. I can access this from home but have a Netgear firewall. It is the coporate network with Cisco equipment is where I need this to work. I have noticed that route tables are different. At home I have a route from my local NIC to the client's Web page, when at work I have a route from my Cisco's VPN adapter to the Web page. When I create a route on my desktop this has no effect. I like to see if I can get my test lab running the ASA5505 running first, will someone help, thanks. I am including the config from the ASA, thanks again
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encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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