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i was able to connect to the firewall thru vpn client 3000 v 3. In fact I was a given an IP address which was alotted on the ip-pool. But I still cant browse the inside network. I cant even ping anyone of them. What could be the possible problems.

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Re: vpn

You need to create an access-list that will permit the "ip-pool" network to access the current inside networks

access-list abc permit ip x.x.x.x (inside network) y.y.y.y (ip-pool network)

access-group abc in interface outside

nat (inside) 0 access-list abc

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Re: vpn

The majority of examples that I've seen, did not apply the acl to the outside interface. Can you provide some samples?

Thanks in advance

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