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VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

I have our vpn working (remote access) and can access most internal devices. However we have another subnet that is accessable internally from a remote location that I would like to be able to access when connected via vpn connection. please advise...config attached thank you

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Re: VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

If it's not already, add the network you wish to reach to the following acl's.

access-list cecovpn_splitTunnelAcl

access-list inside_nat0_outbound

Also make sure the new network has a route to your vpn pool.

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Cisco Employee

Re: VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

Mark,

I did look through the config and I have a question.

What is the remote location network address?

In respect to this ASA where is the network? (inside or outside)

Right now your users connected through remote access will be able to access anything on the 10.2.0.0 255.255.192.0 network.

Green

Re: VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

If it's not already, add the network you wish to reach to the following acl's.

access-list cecovpn_splitTunnelAcl

access-list inside_nat0_outbound

Also make sure the new network has a route to your vpn pool.

New Member

Re: VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

I will give that a shot. the network Im needing access to is 10.244.x.x

make sure my new network has a route to the vpn pool?

New Member

Re: VPN working, but need to access another subnet too

worked like a champ, I had to add the static route and the nat entry you suggested thank you

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