VPN Client connects but can't VNC or ping any inside networks
I have a ASA5500, i have an outside user using Cisco VPN client to remote access into my network. They are able to connect and get an ip address from the pool. But they are unable to ping or VNC any devices inside my network. I have static routes on my cores and wan routers pointing back to the ASA. From the inside of my network i am also unable to ping any of the remotes clients ip addresses, any thoughts?
Re: VPN Client connects but can't VNC or ping any inside network
Is this the only user having connectivity issues or all users. Can you look under the statistics for packets Tx and Rx and also look at "show crypto ipsec sa" and check for packets encrypted/decrypted.
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