Configuration last modified by enable_15 at 13:49:23.040 CST Thu Dec 22 2005
Shown above is the version info. My client has a Cisco 515 that had the configuration set up and working for PPTP client access. There was a need to setup access for Cisco vpn client to support the network remotely from behind a firewall. The Cisco Vpn access works to connect to the PIx and I can manage the devices internal to the network. The PPTP clients Connect to the PIX now however I can't ping any devices or telnet to any devices. I have looked at the new configuration and the configuration before I added the setup for the Cisco vpn client. All the lines from the previous PPTP setup are still in the configuration. The only thing is that they share the same ip pool which is the same as the Cisco doc that explains the setup of the different clients.
Re: setup of Cisco vpn client broke PPTP client on PIX
I do have the isakmp nat-traversal in the configuration, The Cisco VPN clients work fine . It is the PPTP clients that connect but are non functional can't ping the inside network addresses or Telnet to any device to manage.and they worked fine before I added the setup for the vpn clients.They get an address from the ip pool and stay connected but that is all the PPTP clients can do.
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