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VPN Tunnel, backwards

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Hello,

 I have 2 locations setup, with an ASA vpn tunnel between both. When users VPN into home they connect to our location that has the most servers at that location. However we have one share stored on our one server at the other location.

 Users when VPNed into the network cannot connect to this share. Is there a way to fix the ASA tunnel to go both ways in this sense?
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Yes it makes sense, it's called spoke to spoke vpn or hairpinning here's how to do it http://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0000040.htm

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