I'm setting up VPN connection to comapny internal network. All traffic has been based on Cisco ASA 5510. I've set up all with this tutorial http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuDbHCZwzlM&feature=related
. After this i'm able to connect to VPN with no problem but after connecting to VPN i'm loosing internet connection and got weird network settings on VPN interface. All host from company internal network are able to connect to me (icmp, http etc.) but it doesn't work in opposite direction - i can't reach any host from internal network :(
Cisco configuration :
WAN settings : XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX/28
LAN settings : 192.168.3.1/24
VPN IP range : 192.168.3.40-50
VPN Client interface configuration (after connecting to VPN) using Cisco VPN Client Software :
IP : 192.168.3.40/24
Gateway : 192.168.3.40 ( here i'm confused couse i always thought that gateway is the IP and MASK calculatio so 192.168.3.40/255.255.255.0
should give 192.168.3.1 as default gateway )
DNS : expected_ip
Also when i'm connected to VPN my default gateway on VPN client is automatically switched to VPN default gateway - this is for sure reason of losing internet connection even if different interfaces on vpn_client (wifi, another eth) are connected to internet.
So in one question i would like to ask about 3 different things :
1. Why after connecting to VPN default gateway on vpn_client is automatically been changed to VPN interface gateway ?
2. Why i got so weird gateway ?
3. If i want to use buil-in Windows XP VPN client should i set up additional (let's call it ) vpn_profile ?
Please excuse for putting 3 questions in 1 but description for issue is required an would be same for all 3 question. Hope none don't mind. Any tips would be appreciated ...