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Use ASA SSL VPN in one-armed mode

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I have a LAN that is behind a Juniper SSG550M firewall. I also have an ASA-5505 that I want to use strictly as a Client-based SSL VPN server. It has only one interface configured (inside)  as I need it to work in one-armed mode. I have a one-to-one NAT configured on the Juniper for the ASA's IP address and everything allowed to it. All of the routing is configured correctly. For some reason I cannot ping anythign inside the LAN from the outside. I know it isn't a problem with the SSL VPN copnfiguration because I can actually establish a connection to the ASA from the outside via SSL and if I configure this in the traditional manner with an inside and outside interface and NAT it works. Was the ASA designed to work in this fasion? Is there something special I need to do?
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Pete Long earned 125 total points
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Have you allowed traffic from your internal network to the remote IP pool in use on your SSL VPN?
Is there a static NAT translation for the above?
If so and you can reach the portal and Anyconnect will connect that should be all you need to do :)
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