Thanks for the reply Rizwan. I made the changes by adding a new Group and VPN user to get a 192.168.16.x IP address and configured the access rules to allow connection. I am able to successfully connect to one of the services but will confirm the other services work after coordinating with a coworker. I'll follow up tomorrow if everything worked.
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Hi Jeet, thanks for the reply I looked into the nat rules you mentioned and had to play around with them but got some positive results. This is what I have remaining on my configuration: nat (inside) 0 access-list inside_nat0_outbound nat (inside) 1 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Everything seems well. However, if you don't mind can you answer these questions just to help my overall understanding of the ASA and NAT excemption overall? By default the ASA has no network address translations. By adding a dynamic rule to translate any inside packets destined for the outside interface I told the ASA to rewrite the IP address to use the outside interface's address? This leads to requiring a excemption such that packets destined for my VPN pool were being incorrectly translated? I'm doing my best to get my mind wrapped around the Cisco ASDM interface but there are a ton of options to take in. At times its overwhelming to understand these things so if you have any personal resource recommendations I'd be happy to hear them. Thanks again!
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