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VPN User ACL not working

i´m currently testing a Cisco 886VA router for VPN usage. First off here is my client config group: crypto isakmp client configuration group VPN_PRIV key xxxxxx dns 192.168.111.100 pool VPN_POOL acl ...
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Cisco QuickVPN Can't view local computers

I am connected to my QuickVPN connection to my RV180 VPN Router and I can access the router via IP but I can't find or see any of the computers. How can I fix that? Do I need to do some more advanced ...
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cisco VPN clients configuration

I work with cisco vpn clients and I want to know more about cisco vpn client configuration first - what’s the difference between internal.ini file and vpnclient.ini file ? both files are under – ...
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Adding a Cisco RV084 appliance for site-to-site services in a local area network that I can't change

I have a need to establish a site-to-site vpn connection to a remote office using a Cisco RV084 appliance. We currently are in a shared office environment where our property manager has provided us ...
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Setting up QuickVPN clients with a Cisco small office router and getting a message indicating I must change the router's internal addressing scheme

I have a Cisco RV110W small office router (this configuration process is common to many Linksys/Cisco routers) and I am trying to define QuickVPN clients. When add a client of type "QuickVPN" the ...
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Problems with network routing

Could you help, please? I have two network interfaces: 1) Physical interface (12) 2) Virtual VPN interface (39) Without VPN connection I have access to my local network (for example: 192.168.160.35) ...
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665 views

Route IP from one vlan to another vlan in the same vrf of the same router

Can you route a IP (/32) from one vlan to another vlan in the same vrf of the same router ? Exemple: example_router#show version Cisco IOS Software, c7600s72033_rp Software ...
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1answer
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How can I associate a specific subnet with a specific certificate with openvpn?

I have a firewall linux box with 4 interfaces: eth0 147.87.107.4 (to the internet) eth1 192.168.11.2 (Employee subnet) eth2 192.168.22.2 (Guest subnet) eth3 192.168.33.2 (Management subnet) And I am ...
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1answer
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Site to Site VPN with Fault Tolerence

I have a situation where I require an IPSEC tunnel between two sites. Site 2 is a small branch office with basic (ADSL) connectivity and Site 1 is the "main" office with SDSL and ADSL for redundancy ...
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1answer
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Multiple Set Peer for VPN Failover

I will have two Cisco routers at Location A serving the same internal networks, and one router in location B. Currently, I have one router in each location with a IPSec site-to-site tunnel connecting ...
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“What would you define as a security event and a security incident and is there is a difference between them”? [closed]

"What would you define as a security event and a security incident and is there is a difference between them"? In terms of network "firewall" security.
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Can't ping certain IP's on same subnet?

Firstly all devices are ON and have an active/working network connection. Secondly the device I'm trying to ping from is pingable from the devices I'm trying to ping! Right, we have a secure VPN ...
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2answers
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VPN users can't connect to static mapped ports on my cisco device

I have a Cisco router that we have people VPN into. Everything works great until they try to connect to a port that is statically mapped to the outside for example I have a mail host that is ...
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Can I make VM's accessible over VPN, but not LAN?

In the near future, my firm will begin hosting Terminal Services systems for a few business customers. The Terminal Services Servers will be VM's on one of two large VM hosts. To provide secure ...
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1answer
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Cisco ASA - NATing internal -> internal IP for users on a VPN

RemoteSite (172.16.1.*) | Internet --- InternetUsers | ASA --- LocalUsers (192.168.1.*) | InsideNet (10.1.1.*) | Router | DeeperNet (10.22.22.*) I have a ...
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Work-around for VPN network access restrictions

I connect to a client's network via the Cisco VPN client. Once I connect, my local network access (including internet access) is disabled. Is there a way to get around this, besides for them to ...