I configured a Remote VPN server by the ASDM wizard. It was my first try in configuring such type of service.
Now, when i try to connect to PIX from the outside (using Cisco VPN client for windows and GPRS connection), VPN session starts perfectly, i mean that client gets IP from the pool, and in routing table i have all needed routes. But pinging of any IP in the private network fails.
Split tunneling is off, but i can still ping PIX `outside` interface from the WEB.
In ASDM monitoring i can see Remote VPN session, but can't ping external host.
First off all, all woks fine... Probably the First faults were because something was wrong with Cisco VPN-Client. I've downloaded another one ant it works fine, even without NAT-T. I am using GPRS connection and I think that NAT isn't so necessary.
But all works fine only in Windows. When I'm trying to use Linux Cisco VPN client system crashes.
While connection establishes all goes fine, system gets IP addres from the pool, in /etc/resolv.conf appears nameserver and domain, but if I try to connect with any host in private network system freezes and only power button helps.
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