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Vpn anyconnect problem.


Hi guys , I have problem with anyconnect , I have a profile for Providers , 

group-policy Proveedor1 internal
group-policy Proveedor1 attributes
wins-server none
dns-server value xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
vpn-simultaneous-logins 50
vpn-filter value VPN_Proveedores
vpn-tunnel-protocol ikev2 ssl-client
default-domain value xxxxxx
anyconnect profiles value VPN_Proveedores type user


The problem is that when a provider connect 15 users with the to the VPN ( all with the same user) , there is problems to some users, for example some can reach the LAN and some not and they see limited network connectivity symbol . Is not a problem of licences . Maybe is a problem with connection from the same public IP ???


Do you have any idea??




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I'm not the most experienced ASA admin, but there are a few things you'll need to provide to get help.

Is there anything in the debug logs during authentication?

Are you using 'Tunnel All' or Split?

You'll probably want to provide ASA and Anyconnect Client version information as well.

If users have the same Local subnet that will certainly be an issue. Can you change you'r LAN subnet to one that will not be utilized by remote users?



Hey , We are not using split tunnel ,  

Anyconnect 4.5.04029

ASA 9.8(2)28 


The logs are normal , because the users receive IP correctly but some of them see the limited network connectivity symbol.


When I disconnect manually all the users  ( all use the same username)  the firs users that connect working fine, but after 9 or 10 users starts the problems. All users are in the same site . (another country).

We are using a pool /24 to the users , and there is a lot of free Ips.

Could you provide some information about the anyconnect VPN, when your client connected to anyconnect, what is showing on route print in there PC

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