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Can't ping servers, remote desktop into servers after connecting to internal network from home using cisco vpn client

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Can't ping servers, remote desktop into servers after connecting to internal network from home using cisco vpn client from only my PC. Other users are able to connect but not from my machine.

I unchecked and checked 'allow local LAN access' dint work.
Enable Transparent tunneling : IP Sec over UDP is checked.

No idea what has happened suddenly, it was working till y'day.
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by:asavener
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The old client, or Anyconnect?

My first guesses would be a) your ISP made a change that's blocking the traffic or b) an issue with MTU size.

Try from a different location, or try adjusting your MTU downward.
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by:gurutc
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Also, how is your DNS set up?

run ipconfig /all in a command prompt when connected and not connected.

See any difference?

can you ping the IP addresses?

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by:MAG03
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Is your VPN client successfully connecting to the VPN?  Is your PC recieving the correct IP address?

Could you post a full sanitised running configuration of your ASA please.
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If you can provide the info requested by all the experts it will help greatly.

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by:asavener
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Had a thought... did one of the subnets change so that now they overlap?
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Thanks for all expert's comment. I found solution.

I had to uninstall dongle software and install it again. It started working. Looks like there was some software upgrade which was blocking to connect to network.
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Sweet!  Glad you are working.  

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by:anuboggaram
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It was system or VPN issue. It was datacard software issue.
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