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VPN Problem

I have one proxy with two NICs, an with ip and other with ip, the default gateway of the proxy is, ip , router of the ISP. I have an router that connect vpn clients ( pool ), i have route in the proxy, route send for, interface this router. My network lan is In my home, my lan is too, i connected vpn client and is mark allow local lan access, but stay without internet. What`s the problem, overlapping networks, how solution for this? In annex, configs of the my router and logs of the my vpn client.


Re: VPN Problem

You can do the following:

1. change the ip address of the involved conflicting ip network.

2. increase the global ip pool that is provided by ISP, for the first workaround that I've provided to work.

3. for the nat policy, you need to have both ends of the tunnel to nat for it to work, instead of the concentrator you should have either pix or router to nat at the other end.

4. if you have to vpn 3000 concentrator server (not c3002), then link below is appropriate for you: