I need a quick fix to this... I've tried everything known to me and then some!! I'm not use to setting up VPNs on a router, only through a pix... I've added access-lists to cover all my bases but still am unable to get this going. I can connect to the VPN fine and get an IP, however, I cannot access the internal network on f0/0. With this config, if I try to ping something on the internal network, I get responses from the outside interface... Quick help is appreciated!
I suspect that your problem is the address translation on the serial interface (where the crypto map is). I believe that you need to add in access list 110 a line before the existing lines which would deny ip with source 10.0.10.x and destination 10.0.11.x.
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