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Jan 6, 2013

I am facing a problem with Cisco ASA remote access VPN, the remote client is connected to VPN and receiving IP address but the client is not able to ping or telnet any internal network.I have attached running configuration for your reference.
-FW : ASA5510

-Version : 8.0
Site to Site VPN is working without any issues

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Remote network :
Local network :
Transport network :


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