I have a Cisco 837 ADSL router set up as a Site-toSite VPn to our Cisco Concentrator. I can ping the router from my laptop from the head office where the Cisco Concentrator is and users on teh LAN where the Cisco 837 is based can ping me and the servers - great, and everything works fine. But if I telnet onto the router and try and ping from there to say my TFTP server or any server/pc it can't? There are no firewalls in between. I can post the config if you want.
as you can telnet into your router we can safely assume IP connectivity is given.
Have you tried "ping source "? Specify the interface with the IP you are using for telnet, as per default the outgoing interface IP is used, which might not be routed correctly in your network.
If this does not work then you have some functionality preventing ICMP but allowing Telnet packets. Both applications use the same source and destination IP and thus connectivity is broken at layer4 (or higher).
Second test traceroute from the router to your PC with the "telnet interface IP" as source.
Can you please try and come back with the results?
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