I want to use Cisco VPN Client to VPN to my SA520 to manage a UC320W. I can establish a VPN connection to the SA and ping both the SA and a switch that I have on the network, but I cannot ping my UC. I've set up firewall rules to allow ANY-ANY access from LAN-WAN, and a WAN-LAN rule to allow a certain range of IP addresses (the IP addresses assigned from the VPN DHCP pool, in this case, 192.168.12.x) access to the UC.
My SA IP address is 192.168.75.1 and my UC is 192.168.75.2 (I can ping both when I am directly connected to a LAN port on either equipment).
Everything is connected like this: Internet > WAN port on SA > SA LAN port 1 > UC LAN port 1
Any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated.
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