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VPN Client Connected over ASA5505 but no traffic pass through inside router

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I have an existing PIX515E for main firewall and  remote VPN connectivity with an internal router. Recently we need a remote connectivity from MAC users via seperate Vpn connection, so we purchased an ASA5505 for that purpose which is supposed to run parelle mode along with an existing PIX515e. New configuration on ASA5505 allowed remote VPN connectivity successfully where ipsec/isakmp status looked OK. However Remote client is not able to connect any of system inside network where a internal router (cisco 2800) ditribute all the traffic in an out within network. It seems to me the packet encryted from client cannot accross internal network.

What am I missing here? Desperate help needed

I have an existing PIX515E for main firewall and  remote VPN connectivity with an internal router. Recently we need a remote connectivity from MAC users via seperate Vpn connection, so we purchased an ASA5505 for that purpose which is supposed to run parelle mode along with an existing PIX515e. New configuration on ASA5505 allowed remote VPN connectivity successfully where ipsec/isakmp status looked OK. However Remote client is not able to connect any of system inside network where a internal router (cisco 2800) ditribute all the traffic in an out within network. It seems to me the packet encryted from client cannot accross internal network.

What am I missing here?  Desperate help needed. Simple diagram follow.

                                   PIX515

                                        |

Inside Network <---> Internal Router  <------> ASA5505 ---------Cloud ------ Remote client for MAC

I can ping within Inside & ASA5505 bothway OK, not from Remote client...

Please refer attached config for router and ASA5505

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