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Cisco ASA 5505, VPN, Second Network and Static Route

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Hi Experts,


I've an ASA 5505 installed on my network and I've configured the remote VPN Access on It.

I also have on my network a gateway allowing the internal users to access another network connected through a leased line.  The route for this network is added on client computer by the internal DHCP server.

What I want to do is being able to see the internal network, but also the other network when I'm connected using the VPN.

Actually, when connected to the VPN, I'm able to see the internal network, but not the other one.
When I try to add manually the route on the remote computer (the one connected to the VPN) I'm not able to reach the second network.

What can I do for being able to see the two networks when connected through VPN ?
Do I have to change the configuration on the ASA or on the computer connecting remotely ?

Here are some information about my network :
Internal Network IP Pool: 10.0.0.0/24
ASA 5505 IP : 10.0.0.1
Second Network IP Pool: 192.168.192.0/24
Second Network Gateway IP : 10.0.0.250
ASA 5505 VPN IP Pool : 172.16.0.0/24


Thank you for your help.


Vincent


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Joris VS
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