CISCO VPN: VPN KILLING SMB SCANNING AND FILE SHARING




CISCO VPN: VPN KILLING SMB SCANNING AND FILE SHARING

make sure local lan access is enabled in cisco vpn… if it still does not work then your admin overrode it…

if thats the case do the following which will delete your route map

You need to do this EVERY TIME YOU CONNECT, as the Cisco client will inject the routes upon each connection.

This simply deletes the “override” by removing the route map between your local LAN range and the VPN Interface.

1. Connect to your Cisco VPN server
2. Go to Status > Statistics > Tunnel Details and Verify that Local LAN Access is “Disabled” under the Transport heading.
(If it shows Enabled, then you have another issue preventing your access which my instructions won’t solve)

3. OPEN A COMMAND PROMPT AND TYPE “route delete 192.168.1.0″ (without quotes, where 192.168.1.0 is your local LAN)

4. Try to ping or connect to a local machine to verify success.

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