I have se-up a VPN connection to an 877, using Cisco VPN client. I am able to establishg a tunnel and can ping interface Vlan1 on the 877. There is a primary and seconday address on interface vlan 1 and the server that I need to RDP onto is on the secondary interface address. I am unable to ICMP to the server. Although from the router I can ICMP the server. I have tried many scenarios, currently the DHCP Pool for VPN clients is on the same subnet as the server.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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