Cisco VPN Client to ASA 5505 with Cisco 1841 Router
Hello. I am trying to make a connection betweena a cisco vpn client software and a vpn server on an asa 5505 behind a 1841 router (internet adsl2+ and NAT router).
My topology is almost as follows
ASA is the vpn termination device (outside interface). I forward port 500 and 4500 udp on my router to the ASA and the tunnel comes up.I have exempted nat'ting both on the asa and the router for the ip's in the vpn dhcp pool.I can connect to my tunnel but i cannot "see" anything in the internal network.I have permitted all traffic from the outside to the inside sourcing from the vpn ip pool and still i send packages through the tunnel and i get nothing.I take a look at the statistics on the vpn client and i have 2597 bytes out (ping traffic) and there are no bytes in.Any idea?
Re: Cisco VPN Client to ASA 5505 with Cisco 1841 Router
Depending of the version of ASA version you have NAT-T will be enabled or not, if you are running 8.0.4 then it should, if not then try to enable it. Also please get the show run and the show crypto ipsec sa from your ASA and post it here. When your client is connected please check whether transparent tunneling is active and what port is it working on?
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...