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Cisco VPN Client On Different Subnet with VPN3005 Private Interface.

Hi all,

Would appreciate if anyone can help me on this. I have a VPN3005 box, with public ip 210.187.x.y/27, and private ip 172.16.x.y/28. It use internal pool to assign the remote client under the range of 172.17.x.1-254/24. I have few servers (ip 134.65.62.x/26) sitting on the same wired LAN with the VPN3005 private interface.

How do I enable the remote client to access the servers? I have tried putting in a router with 1 Ethernet port, assigned 3 set of ip addresses as secondary, but the remote clients seems not able to ping/access to the internal (134.65.62.x) servers.

Can anybody help? Please.

Thank you.

Regards,

Wei Ming.

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Re: Cisco VPN Client On Different Subnet with VPN3005 Private In

you need something to route to that subnet. once you set that router up, did you add a static route (or run a routing protocol) on the 3005 so that it could route packets to that subnet?

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