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Tunnel establishes but no data goes through - 3015 to S/W client

O.k, it's the first time I've tried to configure this & I'm sure I've missed something glaringly obvious....

I've configured a 3015 to authenticate to a CiscoSecure ACS 2.6 box. The other side of the tunnel is a w2k PC running the VPN client (3.5.1). The user is authenticated & the tunnel set up o.k. If I then try to ping/telnet anything I get no response. I have used no filters except for the default private/public ones on the interfaces. I have not set up split tunneling.

After reading the forum I cannot see any ARP issues & the PC does not have any interfaces on the same subnet as the 3015 is dishing out.

Help! Any ideas where I shoud be looking?

Thanks, John.

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Re: Tunnel establishes but no data goes through - 3015 to S/W cl

Hi John,

I think this might be a routing issue somewhere on your network. If you see the user logged in under the 3015 Concentrator in Administration | Administer Session | Remote Access Session, does it have a private IP assigned? Are you assigning a pool of addresses that is different from the private interface of your 3015? Example: if you pool of addresses is and your private interface on the 3015 is on make sure you have your IP routes setup on the 3015 and your router (ex. network).

Also, make sure you have a Tunneled Default Gateway configured. It should be your internal gateway for you network (ex. network).

I would check these two things first.


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