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VPN client connects but cannot connect to network

I'm experiencing an issue similar to others posted in here. I have a 2611XM that is currently acting as a local DHCP server and firewall. I would like to be able to VPN to the router and be able to connect to the local network as well as the internet. I would prefer to use split-tunneling, but am willing to settle for connecting through the router.

At this point, the VPN Client 4.8 can connect to the router and turn up a tunnel. I am unable to ping anything on the local network but can ping internet IPs. To add to the confusion, while I can ping public IPs, I cannot resolve hostnames via DNS or browse to web pages. It seems like traffic is getting out, but not coming back... Most likely a NAT issue, but I don't know where. I've attached the config. Any assistance would be appreciated.

After the client connects, it gets the following:

IP: 10.x.100.x

SN: 255.0.0.0

GW: 10.7.7.254, 10.0.0.1

DNS: 4.2.2.1

The part that I find odd is the second gateway it receives and the subnet.

UPDATE: I seem to have resolved this issue by playing with the ACLs.

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Re: VPN client connects but cannot connect to network

There is a concept of split tunneling .you may need to enable this in order to access local network !!

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