It looks like Cisco changed the way that NAT is configured from the CLI from previous versions and I'm completely confused. I have AnyConnect and Clientless SSL authenticating, but I'm 99% positive I have split-tunnel and NAT issues. I even tried to use ASDM to set things up, but we won't discuss how much that hosed up the configuration.
I need the ability, from a remote location, to access the 192.168.0.0/24 network behind the 5505 without affecting any other routing. Incoming AnyConnect clients get a 192.168.100.0/24 address.
It's a simple SOHO setup: Cable modem - ASA - inside network with regular PC's and a Vonage device (which is why you'll see Vonage references.) I've attached the config file, which has had the sensitive info removed.
If you can help, thanks!