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So I have an iPad that has a IPSec VPN created. I am able to connect from the outside fine and I can access my local LAN files just fine. When I connect with the Cisco AnyConnect client from the same device, it allows me to login but I can't access any LAN resources at all, or any external resources either until I disconnect the AnyConnect VPN connection. Can anyone help me understand where I need to look on the ASA to correct this, or have any ideas? Thanks!

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Are they using the same or different IP pools? How about you post some configuration snippets? – SpacemanSpiff May 8 '13 at 19:39
I guess that's part of my issue, I'm not sure where to set the IP pools for the different methods of connecting. I do know when I connect via anyconnect I'm getting an IP address from my local subnet that I didn't specify in the IP pool that I do pull from when connecting to the IPSec, here is my messy setup: – Richard May 8 '13 at 20:09
here is my messy setup: – Richard May 8 '13 at 20:24
When you use Anyconnect, are you referencing the same group as when you use the IPSec connection? – SpacemanSpiff May 9 '13 at 6:16
Do anyconenct clients get IPs from the defined pool? can you see any log messages from the firewall while the users are connected to the anyconnect VPN? – GerryEgan May 9 '13 at 11:52

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