Cisco VPN client access across internal LAN to other remote LAN

Hi
I have a Cisco ASA 5510 with VPN clients. They connect and can access DMZ and inside LAN.
I also have other sites connected to my inside LAN through other gateways using DMVPM links. I am unable to access these remote LANs connect through the DMVPN links. I believe routing is being advertised correctly.

Does anyone know if this is possible and if so where i should start to trouble shoot
Regards

Rbauckham69Asked:
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Istvan KalmarHead of IT Security Division Commented:
Rbauckham69Author Commented:
Yes. I belive so. i don't think this solution reflects the same scenario as i was trying to discribe.
i'll see if i can explain better
I have 2 WAN links connected to my LAN.
1. is the asa which provides internet access and VPN client access
2. is a 2800 router which connects over MPLS to 3 other offices. These office connect through DMVPN tunnels.

VPN clients can connect to LAN. But are unable to conenct to other Offices over the DMVPN links?

Hope thats a little clearer.
Regarsd

Garry GlendownConsulting and Network/Security SpecialistCommented:
Are you using Split Tunneling for the client connections? If so, did you add the DMVPN subnets to the Split Tunnel ACL?

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anoopkmrCommented:
please post your  ASA and the DMVPN router configs ,, also mention source and destination network that you want to access ... so that its eazy to analyze.
Rbauckham69Author Commented:
Thanks
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