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Cannot view LAN resources

I can connect via VPN with the QVPN but once I am connected to my network I cannot view the resources available to me by LAN. I am nowhere near aware as to why.

Please help.

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Cannot view LAN resources

Hello Paul,

If you are connect via VPN and can ping the routers LAN IP but not the internal resources there are two main reasons for this symptom.

1- Default gateway of those clients pointing to a different router other than the QVPN router.

2- OS' firewall or 3rd party firewall blocking subnets other than its own.

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

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Cannot view LAN resources

I am able to ping the LAN address of the router as well as login to its BIOS.

There is only one server that I need to access with a shared drive on it, so how would I see if the client is pointing to a different router? (which I assume it isn't since I can access it?)

And I have created rules to allow for ISPECv4 traffic within windows firewall and my 3rd party is allowing VPN traffic so how would I diagnose your second reason.

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Cannot view LAN resources

Paul,

try this link it might help configure the windows enviroment.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3619588#3619588

hope this helps,

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

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Cannot view LAN resources

That link brings me right back here

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