3/09/2015 · To manage the network traffic the routes are used to access the proper gateway to be transferred at the right location when trying to access a machine. From the look of it, if you took the route print after you are connected to the VPN your VPN address range should be 192.168.250.0/24. If it is the case you can see there is no routing to your other network subnets.
Make sure "Allow local lan access" is checked in the VPN client. If you are in control of your lan, consider changing the subnet of that lan to one of the following if its not this already. 192.168.214.0/24; 192.168.215.0/24; 192.168.216.0/24; This is what my Sys Admin buddy told me I needed to do to make this work. YMMV. Ed Cisco VPN Client. Allow local LAN access: diflyon Дома на компе вы устанавливаете Cisco VPN Client. На данный момент версия 5.0.07.0290. В этой статье я объясню, что означает пункт Allow local LAN access в окне настройки Cisco VPN Client… Client VPN and access to local LAN - Cisco Meraki
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How to allow local LAN access while connected to Cisco VPN
This should now allow vendors to access their local LAN when connected") It did allow the local LAN to access the vpn client machine on the "main" IP (whereas before we couldn't) - but it didn't allow connections to the vpn client machines via other IP addresses. – Ian Boyd Sep 2 '11 at 21:27
In the diagram above, when a remote VPN client connects (via VPN) to the ASA, it should have access to the LAN behind the ASA. This is standard remote access VPN and can be achieved with the following configuration on the ASA: hostname VPN-ASA ! interface GigabitEthernet0 nameif outside security-level 0 ip address 220.127.116.11 255.255.255.252 ! ASA 5505 VPN Client has no access to local lan but can Mar 21, 2013 Cisco Anyconnect (VPN) woes - Ars Technica OpenForum Apr 22, 2015 MAC - Built In VPN - Cisco IPSec - Split … - Apple Community