Internet Access through Cisco Remote VPN

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Cisco VPN
L2TP
VPN
Hi,

Im having major issues in our corporate network, to make it short i had to delete all remote VPN's on our ASA 5520 runing 7.4 IOS. I have recreated the VPN's using the VPN Wizard using L2TP.

Issue:

The VPN Works fine i can access all internal resources but the issue is that the client cannot get internet access or even ping external sites. Split tunelling is not configured and we dont want it to be. The client should route through the corporate Proxy. I have tried adding the proxy settings in IE on the client with no luck have tried everything i can think of and am completly stuck.

Thanks in advance

Tom



Software/Hardware used:
Cisco ASA 5520, Microsoft L2TP
ASKED: March 17, 2012  11:04 AM
UPDATED: March 27, 2012  2:35 PM

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  • butcherz
    Check this out. Hope it will help you. Try to check that Routing and Remote Access Service is disabled before you start AnyConnect app. And if this can't solve your problem. There are steps that can help you out. CLICK HEREI hope this can really solve it. Goodluck !
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  • BlankReg
    Please confirm that the IP subnet of the proxy is included in the VPN 'interesting traffic' so the remote sites/clients can access it. Also confirm that the proxy allows connections from the subnets used by the remote sites/clients. Then all you should need to do is to check the routes for the proxy to the remote site/client subnets are correct, and that the proxy allows connections from these subnets and allows them to use it's proxy service.
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