May 4, 2010|$70|Technical Support|Completed|
I am connecting to a Cisco ASA through a VPN connection. The Connection assisgns an IP Address, and then configures a gateway address of an internal network router, possibly from an internal Active Directory server (aka DHCP server).
The problem is that the VPN connection through the Cisco ASA needs to route all VPN traffic through the ASA, and n...
Skills: cisco, asa
“Sergey was very clear about his availability, and capability to offer assistance. When Sergey originally examined the issues, and at first I was not sure that we had a solution. After changing my Internet Gateway (avoiding my ASA in the office), we were able to resolve the connection issues entirely.
Sergey also helps me get a New Version of the Cisco VPN Client Software, and also attempted to resolve the issues which were identified as coming from my Office ASA (no problems were identified).
I enjoyed working with Sergey, and found him to be very professional . I will work with him again.”
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