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Hello Friends,

I have a Cisco VPN 3000 series concentrator. I connect from any location here in NY via the cisco client when I need to access any application. It works fine, but now I have run into a problem at a Hospital where I'm able to login to my VPN but I'm unable to ping any of my servers. The network at this location gives me the following IP Address before I connect to my VPN:

10.1.52.146

I don't know if its a firewall at this location that is blocking me from coming back in. I need some insight before I approach there network group.


Thank you in advance for your help !

Fabricio
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When you are accessing your vpn concentrator, from the hospital, you are going out over a NAT to the internet.  Make sure that nat traversal is enabled in your configuration:  see: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2276/products_configuration_example09186a008010edf4.shtml#conf_concen 

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are you sure that the access-lists are configured correctly?  on teh stats tab on teh cisco client, what are your available routes?
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Thank you Sorenson, NAT-T was not enabled.. Once I enabled it I was able to ping my network through my VPN with no problems..

Thanks again
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