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Cisco IPSec vpn users access data accross a site to site tunnel

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Is it possible for people that are VPN in using the cisco client to access data accross a site to site tunnell.
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Yes...it's going to involve a little extra configuration.

By default the client will have itself as it's default gateway when the address it's looking for is not on the remote subnet.  You will need to configure your VPN to be aware of the multiple subnets on the inside.  After that you shouldn't need to worry about the site-to-site tunnel, that should be transparent.

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