Can you go ahead and paste the screenshot of your VPN Client statistics view? particular to the route details section? When connected, right click on the VPN Client icon, select statistics and chose the "route details" tab, can you paste that here please
Which firewall are you referring to? The one on my end, or theirs? Both seem to be configured correctly.
I do have my nonat statement:
nat (inside) 0 access-list TUNNELED_NETWORKS
I VPN into many, many different networks from my office and this is the ONLY one that I have any issues with. I have set up most of them myself... Beginning to wonder if this is a hardware issue (even though the symptoms don't really point that direction, yet).
Edit: To be more clear on my issue:
When I am VPN'd into that network, I lose connectivity to my in-house local resources, such as Exchange, etc. I can not ping servers at my location by IP or name after connecting to this VPN. (But I do have FULL connectivity to the remote location, obviously).
Incase if the issue still exists, post the full config from the PIX where the remote users terminating.
Also, my understanding here is, you have PIX configured to accept the remote access VPN connections , and when users connect successfully they can access Internet using their local internet service but unable to reach your internal servers."
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