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Posted on 2013-05-14
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I have a wokring ASA 5510 and am using Cisco Anyconnect client with great success.  I receintly added a vlan as I am running out of dhcp addresses.
The new vlan obviously has a new subnet.  I can reach the internet and all connections with the new subnet / vlan.
The issue I have is when users try to do remote desktop to win 8 (any desktop) from a VPN connection.
I have been over the configs again and again but can't find any differences between VLAN1 and VLAN2

Any help would be appreciated and I am being a bit vauge because I am more interetsted in learning than just getting it fixed.
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by:Akinsd
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You need to include the new vlan to the allowed vpn traffic
Check your crypto map, focus on the destination. It is sometimes easier to create an object class and include source aor destination in there as necessary.
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I checked the crypto maps and the new ip range (172.16.16.xxx) is in with the original and working ip range (10.240.xxx.yyy)
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It was the correct idea just needed to keep tracing it
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