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VPN- Problem with Pinging Nodes on Network

My VPN client, shows that I am connected to the VPN, but I cannot ping any of my nodes on my network.

Any suggestions?

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Re: VPN- Problem with Pinging Nodes on Network

Are you connected to a PIX? If so, make sure there is an outbound access-list that is bound to your inside interface that allows icmp from your inside LAN to your vpn client subnet.

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Re: VPN- Problem with Pinging Nodes on Network

i am having the same issue. I successfully establish a connection with my 3.5 client to a PIX 515 ver 6.2. I pull down an address but I cannot ping or access anything on my network.

How do u bind it to the proper interface.

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Re: VPN- Problem with Pinging Nodes on Network

You can actually just use "conduit permit icmp any any" , if that is really the issue.

It could however be some other routing issue.

Do you have Nat 0 statement?

Do you have proper inside network routing for the vpn pool ?

A copy of the config might help.

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Re: VPN- Problem with Pinging Nodes on Network

Hi, can you guys post your configs so we can take a look. Sounds like your nonat statement is incorrect or sysopt connection permit-ipsec is not in your config some how....

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