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Connecting Firewall via VPN through Internal IP

Posted on 2014-10-30
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Hi guys,
I am connected to my VPN (Cisco Anyconnect) configured in an ASA5510.. well.. i'm connected to the VPN and i can reach all networks in my subnet but the problem is the firewall itself that it is not reachable when I connect to the inside IP.

Am i forgetting something?

NAT and Split rules are supposed to be well configured because i can reach other networks inside.. but the only problem is the firewall.. i would like to access my firewall via VPN from home to manage purposes but I can not!

Thx everybody.
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You need to allow access from the remote AnyConnect Subnet, and have

management-access inside

in the config

Cisco ASA 5500 - Remote Management via VPN

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Oh thanks for the link.
I forgot to add the following command in the nat.

route-lookup

Thx a lot!
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No Problem - Glad to help
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