I have a Cisco ASA 5510 configured with AnyConnect VPN that tunnels only our internal networks.
We have a remote webfarm that hosts a development instance of our websites that can only be accessed by public IP which is controlled by an ACL to prevent search engines from crawling our development sites. Our ASA has a global outside IP that is allowed in the development ACL. When our VPN clients connect since all public networks are split from the VPN tunnel when they attempt to connect to the development sites they're denied by the ACL since their IP is unknown.
I would like to tunnel this public network through the VPN while still splitting all other traffic to their own i-net connections. Guru help please!
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