Recently I used the wizard to create an IPsec site-to-site connection, which went very smoothly; however, I now noticed that when I connect via Anyconnect 2.5.0217 I cannot get to local and subnatted resources on the network.
I rolled back to saved config file, which was taken before the site-to-site vpn was created, but that did not work as well.
What should I check to see why I can no longer get to different subnets after the site-to-site vpn connection. In addition, I thought once the old config file was applied that would have solved all my issues.
Any sugguestions or comments are welcomed...unfortunately this client does not have a smartnet account so I can't upgrade any of the items yet.
That is correct. I am able to connect via the Anyconnect software, and I am able to PING network resources across my subnets; however, I am unable to use RPD (port: 3386) to connect to any of my servers.
What should I look at in my ASDM? Would it be an issue with Default policy group? But I thought the Anyconnect SSL connection would not be effected since the two forms are under different categories, so the only thing I can think of, which is common between between the two is the Default Group Policy.
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...