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  • Cisco1811 VPN tunnel blocking traffic.

    Hi, we have setup a new 1811 recently in the office. We have 9 IPSec VPN tunnels setup to other clients. The VPN tunnel is between our cisco1811 and Linksys RV042 routers. We setup NAT rules to allow port 3389, 1723 and 26 to be accessible from WAN and it works fine. But the funny thing is any computers can NOT access the above ports from the VPN tunnel?!?!?!?!?!... i.e. our internal terminal server can be accessed from the internet using RDP, but when user on the VPN tunnel trying to access the same terminal server via RDP to the internal IP address, it fails. Each site has its own IP range so no overlapping. The server can be reached via ping, but it is not passing any 3389 traffic internally except it is accessed from the outside world. Any one experienced this before? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Re: Cisco1811 VPN tunnel blocking traffic.

    Nothing in your post mentions VMware or a specific VMware product or version.

    Is this post miscategorized?
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      Re: Cisco1811 VPN tunnel blocking traffic.

      Originally posted by jasonboche View Post
      Nothing in your post mentions VMware or a specific VMware product or version.

      Is this post miscategorized?
      I think it is.

      Moving to the Cisco Routers forum.

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