We have a small office network with a Cisco WLAN-N VPN router. From home (or airport, coffee, restaurant, etc.) by a remote PC with the help of the Cisco QVPN Client program can be a VPN tunnel connected to this Cisco-router .
You can ping the public IP (DNS Getway) on the Cisco router from the remote PC. However, the office LAN and the devices are not available.
Interestingly, all office PCs can reach and manage the Remote PC in home or airport, coffee, restaurant, etc. over his public-IP (you find that in router's log).
Of course I want to have everything inversely and reach the devices in the office LAN behind the Cisco-router and control them remotely with the remote PC.
Turning on RIP or turning off firewall in Cisco-router doesn't help.
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