Cisco 5510 8.4 - VPN access another subnet

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hello. Our main subnet is, we have a point to point T1 going to another location with a subnet. How do we allow VPNs to access that subnet?

I did add it to a split tunnel list, and it does show up as a secured route in Anyconnect. packet trace shows it goes through, but when I try it, it does not??


I can post config, but just looking for someone to tell me exactly what I need to plug in.
Question by:arthurk123
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    Accepted Solution

    Does the device you're accessing on the subnet know where the VPN address pool is located?  Sounds to me like it perhaps doesn't know where to send traffic back to the VPN.  

    Author Comment

    Great advice, hadn't thought of that

    We will be accessing several devices (RDP)

    Currently we have a static route, for gateway I've tried setting up gateway (ASA) but it won't take route. I tried setting gateway for to but it wouldn't route


    Author Comment

    Added gateway to the firewall on .15  subnet

    then added gateway to PTP router on
    then added gateway to PTP router on

    and it worked, so you are right, traffic just didn't know how to come back


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