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ISA500 IPsec VPN connected, no traffic passing

I'm trying to set remote VPN connection to my factory's netowrk using IPsec VPN, I followed IPsec VPN creation wizard with the following information:

Internal protected network: 192.168.1.*
ISA500 LAN IP: 192.168.1.3
ISA500 WAN IP: 192.168.75.3 (connected to ADSL router)

ISA500 gateway: 192.168.75.1 (ADSL router IP)
ADSL router internal IP: 192.168.75.1 (connected to ISA500)
ADSL router external IP: our public IP

IPsec information:
IKE authentication method: pre-shared key
Pool range for client LAN: 192.168.85.100 - 192.168.85.200
Zone access control: Permitted to all zones
Primary DNS: 192.168.1.12
No split tunnel or split DNS configured

Using Cisco VPN client from external netowrk, I can connect and authenticate successfully to the ISA500, so I'm VPN connected.

Client machine information:
OS: Windows 7
VPN IP: 192.168.85.100
Gateway: 192.168.85.1
DNS: 192.168.1.12

I can see from IPsec VPN status page that I'm connected, with the above network settings, however, I cannot connect to any host inside my network
range 192.168.1.*, I cannot even ping 192.168.85.1. 

From IPsec VPN status page, Tx Bytes and Rx Bytes are always zero, meaning that no traffic is passing through the VPN tunnel as far as
I understand.

Please help me getting this to work as I'm in urgent need to have it running.

Thank you for your help

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Duplicate posts.   Go here:

Duplicate posts.  cheeky

 

Go here:  https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/12142121/isa500-ipsec-vpn-cant-access-network

New Member

Sorry Leo, Cisco portal gave

Sorry Leo, Cisco portal gave me 503 posting the other one, I had no clue it was a successful one.

Can you help regarding this problem?

New Member

Just a quick question if you

Just a quick question if you didn't solve this yet. Is your personal home network also set to the same range of 192.168.x.x. Usually there can be routing problems when this is true. I usually try to stay out of the default personal router dhcp ranges.
Cisco Employee

Hi,In the VPN Client

Hi,

In the VPN Client Statistics, do you see packets encrypted incrementing?

Thanks,

Brandon

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