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remote vpn stopped reaching internal network for no reason?

baselzind
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i have an old PIX 525 with a remote vpn configured  , i access the vpn using vpn client 5 , today all of a sudden the vpn wont reach any ip address in the internal network even though there has been no change in the config , i tried to access the firewall and ping the internal network and it was reachable? im really lost here . please bear in mind that the VPN is connecting successfully , just cant reach anything , also i tried restarting the asa with no use.

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balaji.bandi
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Only way to identify the problem and mitigate the issue is, when the client connect to VPN to ASA and try to access internal resources, check the in FW logs.

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baselzind
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1-i cant ping the inside interface ip address
2-how do i check the fw logs? more so what is the debug command to check the vpn traffic for this?

baselzind
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i noticed when i connected to the vpn and did a trace route for a address behind the vpn that the traffic is going through my internet default ip address and into the internet instead of going through the vpn tunnel , what could be the reason behind this?
also i noticed that the ip config of the vpn interface doesn't have a default route ? is that normal?
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