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HI,

I have a network where my clients access their VLANs through VPN. It works as follows, a client has a group name configured in the concentrator and he also has  his own VLAN with 1 or 2 machines connected to it. So he establish a VPN Tunnel that gets terminated on the concentrator.

Now the issue is, I want each client to access his VLAN only, I know its better to controll such connection on the concentrator itself.

How can I do that?.....please advice as urgent as possible, the deadline is very close to solve this issue.

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cant you set each group to use different IP address pools?  You can assign each group a different IP address pool, and then, on your routers set ACLs that will not allow one VLAN to communticate with another.  
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thanks ngravatt, but i was wondering how can this be done on the VPN concentrator level and not on the switch /router level which is below the concentrator....

I know there is a feature called CPP "Centralized Policy Protection....but im not sure how to apply it on my concentrator ....

Im using VPN concentrator 3030 (cisco) and  the version im running is 4.0.4 A


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