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Connected VPN can talk to one subnet, but not the other subnet?

I have AnyConnect Essentials and can connect just fine and communicate to one of our networks just fine. Problem is, I can't talk with our other network.

We have an ASA-5501 running  8.3(1)

I can connect with the VPN and get to every host on network 10.1.1.x, but I can't talk to any host on 10.2.1.x.


I don't know where to start looking?

I'm running ASDM 6.3(2)

We have the Security Plus license if it matters.

Thanks!

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Re: Connected VPN can talk to one subnet, but not the other subn

It's usually 1) NAT is missing for the second network or 2) the 10.2.1.x is not part of your interesting traffic ACL or 3) routing is missing back to the VPN clients

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Re: Connected VPN can talk to one subnet, but not the other subn

If NAT were missing from the second network, wouldn't not be able to reach it from within the LAN? If I'm sitting at my desk, I can reach both networks just fine.

From within the LAN, both networks are fully able to communicate.

Re: Connected VPN can talk to one subnet, but not the other subn

The usual suspects are split tunneling, routing, and NAT.  Feel free to PM me your config if you want me to review.

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