VPN Establishes Correctly Unable to access Internal Networks
I have a new 5505 with a fairly base config. Please provide guidance on the following. I can connect to the ASA(it is at a remote location) with no issue over VPN. From the asa I can ping a switch that hangs off of a directly connected interface. I can not ping or ssh/telnet to the switch from my desktop. My question is what things are need to make this happen? I guess I'm generally a bit fuzzy on the logic the fw uses when dealing with vpn clients. Also, I am NOT using split tunneling...everything goes through the IPSEC tunnel. Thanks.
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