cannot access using cisco vpn from win7 laptop to anything on the iseries

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Cisco VPN
HTTP
iSeries
Windows 7
Windows 7 in 2010
win7 laptop i take home to be able to get on our network to resolve issues away from work. everything works great except anything related to getting to the iseries. it tries but comes back with an iseries firewall or timeout message. cannot telnet either from a cmd prompt as it tries to go through port 23. i need to access my web access 150.1.1.19:2001, my HMC 150.1.1.10 (this probably different) and straight to 150.1.1.19 client access sessions for green screen. i have selected telnet to be active and i don't know what else would work. important to be able to get to the iseries stuff when away from work to help users.

thanks,

marie

 



Software/Hardware used:
i5 iseries os v5r4 9408 M25 / windows 7 dell laptop

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Can other users access the iSeries when VPNed in? It could be that the iSerier isn’t configured to allow access from the IP subnet which is used for the VPN.

Given that the iSeries appears to have a public IP address I would assume only specific subnets can access it.

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  • TomLiotta
    I don't know what version of Cisco VPN you're using, so I might not use the correct terms and the options might be in different places... For your connection definition in the Cisco client, on the Transport tab, do you have Allow Local LAN Access checked or unchecked? Whichever way you have it (if you can locate it), toggle it the opposite way to see if it makes a difference. Tom
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