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Problem with Nat on a Stick (ssl-vpn)

Hello. Sorry for my pity english but i need your help you. I have a cisco 1841 dsl with rfc 1483. The interface ATM0.1 has a IP Public Address. The cisco is configured to have remote access with the client vpn of cisco and ssl-vpn. The problem is when i connect with both without split tunneling i have full access to my network, although i have access to internet trought mY ip public address with vpn client but i dont have internet with ssl-vpn. In the config as you can see when someone connect for ssl-vpn the pool address is in the same segment on the lan and therefore not would be necesary to do nat on stick..

Thanks and regards

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Re: Problem with Nat on a Stick (ssl-vpn)

Configure a method of address assignment. You can use DHCP, and/or user-assigned addressing. You can also create a local IP address pool using the ip local pool command from webvpn mode.For more info refer the follwoing URL

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6120/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a0080565910.html#wp1050159

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