There might be several things that cause this symptom. My first guess might be that the servers are configured with restrictions about what addresses they will allow to login. The server might respond to ping but the application may not accept the login request.
there any particular reason as to why, I can successfully connect and
create a VPN session, ping the requested servers I need to reach.
But, at the same time have a difficult time accessing the services.
I can ping our:
Management servers: Servers used to operate on our Cisco Boxes..
Monitoring Servers: To Monitor the network
Syslog Servers, ect..
But, I can't get in.. I create a secure VPN connection and ping the servers, that's it..
example, when I successfully connect to our vpn server, I type in the
correct requested ip address in my web browser but I don't get a
response from the server, it's so annoying!!
I can't figure this out..
As suggested by Rick it can be several cause that only particular acces been given to vpn users for these servers or check out that once you get connected what are all the access given to your vpn users to access these servers.This will clear at leats what type of restriction is given on these server via VPN.
Please confirm the devices that you have, check if there is any tcp inspects enabled on it.
Also enable logging and check if any access-list is dropping port specific packet.
you can also use packet tracer command to check what exactly is happening to the packet, or take packet captures to check if packet is going and coming back for perticular port (as per application or not)
command for packet tracer is only available on ASA.
packet-tracer input inside tcp < Enter the Source address if ipv4> < Enter port number> < Enter the destination ipv4 address> 0 detailed
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.