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dallen0
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How to get vpn to get out after gettiing in?

I will do my best to describe my problem here and I hope it's good enough...

I have a ASA5510 with VPN Configured on it.  My goal is to be able to access our Rv082 Router after connecting to the VPN and from any PC inside the LAN.  I don't want to be able to access the ASDM on the ASA5510 or the RV082 from outside the LAN UNLESS you are using VPN.

My Inside IP Subnet is 10.0.1.0/24 on the CISCO ASA5510

The CISCO ASA5510 Outside Interface is 172.16.15.2

The CISCO RV082 (172.16.15.1) is connected to the ASA5510 Outside Interface.

Our VPN Addresses start at 10.0.10.240 and I think they are NATTED to the Inside Interface of the LAN.

At this time, after connecting via VPN, we cannot access the RV082 at 172.16.15.1.but we want to.

I think we need a static Route to do this but I don't know which one to add... or how to add it....

Can anyone tell me how this?

Dale

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antonio.guirado
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Hello,

you have to configure a static route is RV082 router:

ip route 10.0.10.240 172.16.15.2

There are many other reasons that can be the root cause of your problem.

Regards

I tried your command but it did not work.  So I have attached a text file containing the results of sh run (erasing security information) in hopes someone will be able to review and offer advise...

I look forward to your reply....


Dale