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unable to access via VPN client @home wireless connection

I'm using the same laptop in office and home, using NIC and wireless individually.

In office, using NIC and obtain IP 3.x.x.x from DHCP.

At home, I obtain a private IP 192.168.x.x from my Linksys wireless router WRT54G, and access Internet via it. I put my laptop into DMZ. It works. Everything is nice when I surf.

When I need to connect to the Intranet of company, I have to run the Cisco VPN client 4.7.

Connection to VPN switch is OK, and I obtain the IP 3.y.y.y from DHCP. But that's all. I can't access any resource inside the company network except ping the IP address 3.y.y.y I obtained.

The VPN connect works well when I dial and bypass the wireless router. And I believe that I have enabled all protocol about VPN on the router and put the laptop into DMZ zone. What else ban the access?


Re: unable to access via VPN client @home wireless connection

On your company PIX add in config mode:

isakmp nat-traversal

Let me know if this helps and if does please rate post.


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Re: unable to access via VPN client @home wireless connection

Thank you Jay.

Because it's a global setting (not only for me, but also many users will do), may I ask what is it for and why? and is there any potential issue to who is OK under current setting?

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