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Unable to route external VPN traffic through ISA 2006 - 12.Oct.2007 9:46:02 AM   
wh_tech

 

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I have a Cisco ASA 5520 in front of our ISA 2006 firewall.  All VPN connections terminate at the Cisco.  I am unable to get any traffic to flow in or out of the ISA firewall to the VPN clients.  The traffic is getting to the external NIC on the ISA server, because I can see the Denied messages in the firewall logs.  I have tried adding the IP address range of of the VPN clients to the Internal Network definition but still no luck. Any ideas???
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RE: Unable to route external VPN traffic through ISA 2006 - 12.Oct.2007 10:28:08 AM   
spouseele

 

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Hi Christian,

if you have a NAT relationship between the source and the destination network, you have to publish the internal resources the VPN clients must be able to access. In the case of a ROUTE relationship you can also use access rules instead.

HTH,
Stefaan

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