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VPN Client can't access hosts with NAT routes

We have our 1750 router set up to accept connections

from Cisco Secure VPN Client 1.1. From the client, I can

ping the entire LAN behind the 1750 and can connect to most

of the machines, but I can't establish any useful connections

(http, telnet, etc) to the hosts that have static nat routes to the

outside world, such as our web server and mail server.

How can I fix this?

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Re: VPN Client can't access hosts with NAT routes

If your VPN Clients connect using a specific address pool, modify the static nat rules on your router in conjunction with route-maps so that traffic from your web server etc to hosts in the address pool is not subjected to NAT

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Re: VPN Client can't access hosts with NAT routes

I guess I should have mentioned that I'm a newbie. Our outsourcer is in dire financial straits and we just can't get any useful help out of them. Would a brief example be too much to ask for? Thanks.

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