How to configure PIX 501

Let assume I have a PIX 515  and I am able to VPN into  network A, but not able to access a resoure in Network A. No problem with the VPN connection

Let say the resouce is a server called  "Mydata"  with IP address of
After having a clear Connection through the VPN, connecting to "Mydata" time out.

what is the command I need to add into my PIX 515 in other to fix this problem.
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This is on a separate network with a different addressing/subnetting scheme?  Can you ping the machine?  Try using the FQDN as well.  I've come across that as an issue sometimes.

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do you mean
isakmp nat-traversal 20

however, if you're vpn tunnel is forming, then I doubt this is the issue (but you should have it added anyway).  the only other thing I can think of is that your split tunnel.  can you access other hosts on the lan?
TDalagoAuthor Commented:
The FQDN did help
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