Easy VPN server on Cisco 857 not working for remote desktop client
Long time reader, first time poster here. I have configured a Cisco 857 for internet access and as a remote Easy VPN Server. The internet portion works fine, however I am having difficulty getting my Easy VPN Remote desktop client to connect propperly.
The remote client can authenticate and connect without difficulty. It is issued an ip from the address pool that I have specified. However, ping only works on a hap-hazard basis and when I do get a reply, the reply is from the outside interface, not from the ip address I specified. An ipconfig on the remote PC shows that I have been issued an IP address from the VPN Pool, but no default gateway. tracert shows that the next hop router is the interface of the Cisco 857 router acting as an Easy VPN server. But if I tracert another internal IP address, it is simply lost with nowhere to go.
I have gone through countless examples and troubleshooting. However there is something here that I am just missing.
I want my remote desktop pc, to become part of the inside network.
Points to note:
Internal IP address subnet 192.168.1.0 / 24
VPN Pool subnet 192.168.99.10 to 192.168.99.20
Configuration shown below and attached.
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