vpn client question

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by mohamedahmad, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. mohamedahmad

    mohamedahmad

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    Hi I have a question regarding the use of vpn client. I have setup a pix 506e firewall with a vpn group and I have vpn clients connecting to it on a different subnet to our internal network and they can see the internal network and browse the internet at the same time asi have split-tunneling enabled. Now,remote desktop works but we have some remote servers which have remote desktop access set to specific ip's which r the ones behind this firewall the clients are connecting to. When one of the clients try remote desktoping to the servers it doesn't work. The external ip's of the clients is that of their isp which is not included in teh access-list for the remote desktop. Are the clients not supposed to be able to access the servers remotely since they are behind this firewall? Or am i wrong in thinking that?
    Any workaround?

    Would be great if someone can clarify...

    Thanks
    mohamedahmad, Apr 19, 2007
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