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Cisco VPN connects but no data transmits

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Remote user was using dialup and Cisco VPN client 3.5.2 to connect to corporate office, was working sucessfully.  OS is MS XP Pro.  Purchased DSL through ISP AllTell in NC.  Router is an Onstream 5600 made by Efficient networks.  I talked to the Tech at AllTel and they have set up this ?router device in bridge mode.  The Client appears to connect properly (status shows as connected) but no data is being communicated over the VPN.
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by:Yan_west
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Did you check your ACL to see if the traffic goes through? Put your cisco device in logging mode, and send the logs to a syslog server.. you'll see what is going through and what'S not.
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What are you connecting to at the corporate end? PIX? Cisco Concentrator?

This might help:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_tech_note09186a008009448c.shtml

Biggest problem: same IP subnets both local and at corporate end.
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