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stupid q: I just connected to a server using Cisco VPN Client 5x; but I don't see the server. how do I see and control the server?

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hello experts,

I just connected to a server using Cisco VPN Client 5x; but I don't see the server. how do I see and control the server?

I am connected; but see no server... I am confused.
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Question by:epifanio67
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by:clonga13
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Your using a Cisco VPN client to connect to a server? What server are you connecting to?
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by:epifanio67
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thx clonga13

correct
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by:Istvan Kalmar
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colud you send me the config?
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by:epifanio67
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thx ikalmar....

Not sure if I understand... sorry...

what config?

I installed Cisco VPN Client 5.x
then, I created a connection.
Logged in

Should I not see the server? have full access to it?
thx
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by:epifanio67
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Hello experts,

Here is my problem, I just received details on how to connect to a lab using Cisco VPN Client 5.x. I am able to connect; but I am not sure what I am connecting to.

The visio diagram of the lab (unfortunately I can not attach), lists a DMZ with a cluster name, several hosts, several IPs and other servers. My understanding is that there is only two physical servers.

so, what am I supposed to see when connected?

thx so much and my apologies for being so vague.

I am hoping one of you can shine a light to either ask smart questions or know what to do....

thx
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epifanio67 earned 0 total points
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I can't believe I did not know this.. it is amazing how you forget things...

you first connect to the network... then you use remote desktop to connect to server...

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