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jeffreychien
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SA540 iPSEC VPN

I am attempting to setup our Cisco SA540 to use iPSEC VPN remote access.

I am about to connect to the device but onced connected I am unable to reach any of my shares, servers or desktops.

The VPN is giving out 192.168.15.x as IPs to the remote connections and our servers are on 192.168.4.x. 

How do I specify a policy or rule to allow the VPN clients to connect to the servers on 192.168.4.x?

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rmanthey
Enthusiast

Hello Jeffrey,

You will most likely need to open up the Domain to other subnets than its own. You might also have to open up the client to other subnets other than its own.

check this link out it may help with your problem.

http://serverfault.com/questions/152211/how-to-access-windows-server-2008-r2-file-shares-from-a-different-subnet

hope this helps

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

All ports to the server are open.  It looks like the SA540 is unable to route traffic to the other subnet.

Hello Jeffrey,

can yo ping the server?

On the SA500's you can do a LAN packet capture from the Administration/Diagnositic page. You should see packets from the 15 network to your server.

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security