I've recently configured an RVS4000 for a friend's business and it seems to allow QuickVPN to connect into it just fine, however I'm not able to get the QuickVPN client to connect from behind my own ASA5505, which is quite annoying since I was hoping to remotely manage things. I'm able to connect just fine if I put my Windows 7 client out in front of the 5505, however that's a real pain to do frequently.
On my ASA I've got both pptp and ipsec-pass-thru enabled within my global policy. My Windows box is sitting on a network with security level 100 defined and external is of course 0, I have not applied any access lists to the internal interface or explictly allowed traffic from the external into the internal networks. I'm nat'ing all traffic behind a global ip from my external.
Has anyone had any luck with a similar configuration?
QuickVPN Client -> ASA5505 -> Internet -> RVS4000
If it helps I'm running 8.0 on the ASA and 126.96.36.199 as the QuickVPN client.
I realize I could probably establish a site to site, but would prefer not to do that if I can avoid it.
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