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Unable to ping gateway after connecting to VPN

I've set up an ASA 5505 with hardly any configuration. I changed the Inside interface to 192.168.168.250 and configured PPPoE DSL for the outside interface.

The ASA is working perfectly for all of my Internet needs so I set up a VPN using the Ipsec VPN wizard. That also works perfectly, except I noticed one thing. Once I connect to the VPN, I'm not able to ping the inside address of the ASA at 192.168.168.250. When I ping or manage the ASA using that IP address while I'm working on site it works fine. Why is that and is there a way I can change it?

Thanks!

-Pete

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Re: Unable to ping gateway after connecting to VPN

peterdallas wrote:

I've set up an ASA 5505 with hardly any configuration. I changed the Inside interface to 192.168.168.250 and configured PPPoE DSL for the outside interface.

The ASA is working perfectly for all of my Internet needs so I set up a VPN using the Ipsec VPN wizard. That also works perfectly, except I noticed one thing. Once I connect to the VPN, I'm not able to ping the inside address of the ASA at 192.168.168.250. When I ping or manage the ASA using that IP address while I'm working on site it works fine. Why is that and is there a way I can change it?

Thanks!

-Pete

Pete

Add this to your config -

asa(config)# management-access inside

full details -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/command/reference/m.html#wp1987122

Jon

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Re: Unable to ping gateway after connecting to VPN

peterdallas wrote:

I've set up an ASA 5505 with hardly any configuration. I changed the Inside interface to 192.168.168.250 and configured PPPoE DSL for the outside interface.

The ASA is working perfectly for all of my Internet needs so I set up a VPN using the Ipsec VPN wizard. That also works perfectly, except I noticed one thing. Once I connect to the VPN, I'm not able to ping the inside address of the ASA at 192.168.168.250. When I ping or manage the ASA using that IP address while I'm working on site it works fine. Why is that and is there a way I can change it?

Thanks!

-Pete

Pete

Add this to your config -

asa(config)# management-access inside

full details -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/command/reference/m.html#wp1987122

Jon

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Re: Unable to ping gateway after connecting to VPN

That was it! After I ran "management-access inside" I was able to ping

Then I tried to do Telnet and ASDM access and it failed. I added my VPN Subnet to the http server with "http 192.168.50.0 255.255.255.0 inside" and the same for telnet and everything is working perfectly! Thank you!

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