We have a remote user that is set up with Easy VPN on a Cisco ASA 5505 so that they are VPN'd into our main company router (this eliminates the need to use the cisco VPN client every time they want to get e-mail, etc.). The firewall at our main office is also an ASA 5505.
A couple of items to note about this user: The user is behind a comcast modem/router with the ASA 5505 behind it. This means that the cisco gets an outside interface of whatever DHCP is handing out from the Comcast router (which happens to be 192.168.1.69). When this was first set up, we forwarded port 443 from the Comcast router to the Cisco so we could access the ASDM remotely. The inside interface of the Cisco hands out 192.168.16.x addresses via DHCP. The Cisco inside interface is 192.168.16.1. When the easy vpn connection connects to our main office, it gets an IP address from the DHCP server there.
We would like to be able to access a computer through RDP (tcp port 3389) behind that Cisco (192.168.16.8) from the central office. However, Easy VPN does not allow you to view and connect to computers on the inside interface like a site to site VPN would allow (which I've also tried setting up, but when the two sites get connected, no data flows through as a result of the comcast router). Is there any way to gain access to that company computer at the remote site (192.168.16.8) through the easy vpn connection using Remote Desktop? We do have access to the ASDM of the remote Cisco, but do not have access to the comcast firewall.