Unable to connect to some IP's using Cisco ASA 5520 Client VPN

Dear All,
  I have enabled my Cisco 5520 client vpn to access 7 IP address's as below.,,,,,,

I can access all the above ip except and I can access the other ip ( which is in the same range and the other ip's (,,, can someone help me to know why i can not access and

Kindly advise
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Gerwin Jansen, EE MVETopic Advisor Commented:
What are these 2 IP addresses and What kind of computers/servers/devices have these addresses?

Could it be that these 2 addresses have a firewall of some sort that is blocking your vpn access to them?
AkinsdNetwork AdministratorCommented:
There could be a couple of reasons
Eg route, access-list, local firewall on the hosts, etc

A topology sketch may help paint a better picture if you can post one

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