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access from Internet with proxy

Hi,

we are migrating our networks to MPLS so the access to Internet became unique.

We have deployed also an a proxy on the same network of the ASA behind the Inernet access.

I need however give some access from Internet to any server in my MPLS network, like port TCP on PCAnywhere, VNC etc..

With Proxy I have to remove the default route to ASA on my network.

Who can I do ?

Does somebody advice any document about ?

best regards

Lorenzo

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Re: access from Internet with proxy

If you can ping an internet address such as www.yahoo.com without going through the proxy sever, you do not have a routing problem. If you cannot browse, but you can ping, you likely have some kind of filter in place.

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