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IP local pool problem with concentrator

Hi hope you can help. I have a vpn 3020 concentrator with the private interface being terminated in a DMZ of a pix.I have configured the concentrator with a local pool to give ip address to vpn clients. This works fine and I establish a tunnel and get an address but I cannot ping the private interface address of the concentrator which is in the same subnet as the address pool. I also cannot ping the DMZ interface of the pix which again is in the same subnet. I notice that the gateway I am being given when I get the address is the same as the address I'm given. The configuration of the local pool on the concentrator is very basic with no place to force a gateway or anything. I'm authenticating through an ACE server so I can't define static IP addresses for the clients nor for the moment can I configure the concentrator to use DHCP. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance

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Re: IP local pool problem with concentrator

From what I can see, it appears to me this could be due to two problems. First, there is something not correct in the configuration. Second, check the access-lists to see if you are allowing for the ICMP ECHO packets. Bye default, all traffic is blocked, you will have to explicetly enable this.

Any other thoughts?

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Re: IP local pool problem with concentrator

Hi, it turns out it was an problem with the laptop the client was configured on.Thanks anyways