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Getting SBS2008 and Cisco AnyConnect VPN to share connection (dynamic IP)

I was using a Cisco ASA5505 with AnyConnect (SSL) VPN client connectivity, but lost that ability when I put a static route in to the SBS 2008 server for Exchange ActiveSync to work with our Smartphones.

The problem with using the standard Cisco VPN client is that it is not supported on Windows 7 or Vista 64-bit machines.

If I take the static route for port 443 out of my ASA, the EAS won't work. With it in, the VPN clients try to connect to the server and not the firewall box. Any ideas how to get around this problem?
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Shannon Mollenhauer

8/22/2022 - Mon
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I especially appreciated the config commands in the second comment. I suspected a port redirect would be involved, but knew someone else could answer faster than I could research. THANKS!
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