Scenario: I receive a single dynamic IP from my ISP via a cable modem acting as a bridge to a Cisco 3825 running ADVENTERPRISE 15.1(4)M7. Via the CLI, I have successfully configured the following on the router: NAT/PAT, ZBF, and SSLVPN. A small victory for me was figuring out how to allow the DHCP sequence between the router and the modem through ZBF. Also, one additional fact is that I am using the Server 2012 R2 host at 10.0.24.7 as an internal DHCP/DNS server.
Goal: To be able to remotely access the Web/FTP Sever located at 10.0.24.8 by using my WAN IP (disregarding the DDNS side of things for now). Secondly, I have managed to correctly configure the SSLVPN for remote access, but I am unable to connect to any LAN resources once connected.
Problem: As you can see, I have tried manipulating the ACLs, Class, and Policy maps to no avail in regards to both the FTP and FTP-data ports. Any suggestions are sincerely welcome! I have attached my Configuration (minus sensitive bits) to this post.
Message was edited by: Jordan McDonald - added note that config was attached.
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