Users connecting over Cisco's Anyconnect are unable to access resources over IPSec tunnel

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I have a IPSec tunnel to a remote location. From within the network I am able to access all resources over IPSec tunnel. Users who are connecting in over Cisco's Anyconnect are unable to reach the resources over the IPSec tunnel.
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can you add the configs of both devices ?
do you allow the VPN-IP within the tunnel?
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Dirk Kotte's question is my best guess as well. You need to make sure the subnet of addresses used for VPN connections are allowed bidirectionally over the tunnel. You also have to make sure the remote site has a route to the VPN client addresses (the Cisco Anyconnect device, probably an ASA, but possibly an IOS router).

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Sorry for the delayed response. I have been waiting to get that information from the remote end of the VPN since right after I posted it. I am having a tough time getting that request answered but from what I can see the likely issue is that the VPN subnet is not added on the remote side VPN.

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Both had the correct path in mind for where this was going. Jmeggers answered more in depth but both steered the correct direction.

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