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cisco asa  5510 remote access vpn routing issue

Posted on 2015-02-20
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I'm trying to set up a remote access VPN to our office network using a Cisco ASA 5510 with the Cisco VPN client. Here's a schematic of the situation


       client <-> ASA 5510 (outside), ASA5510 (inside) <-> Catalyst 3750 switch <-> server

 The site already has a working site-to-site tunnel with another ASA 5510.
 
 The problem is this : I've set up the authentication etc to log on to the ASA and it works, but when I ping the server I receive no response. I've wiresharked the server and I see the echo coming from the client and the reply going out. Also, the routing table on the switch looks correct, in that it forwards the ping reply to the inside interface of the ASA.
  My thinking is that the problem is in the ACL / NAT config of the ASA.

  Any ideas anyone?

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Use the packet tracer utility on the ASA, and it will tell you if the traffic is being blocked by an ACL.
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