I have users connecting to ASA5510 with Cisco VPN Client. They can connect to internal LAN but not to DMZ lan or other internal LAN's connected off the internal LAN.
How can i allow access to multiple internal LANs?
I guess i first need to tell the VPN client to pass the internal LAN information to the client. As i imagine the client only knows of 10.52.0.0/16 and routes all other taffic to the internet insted of passing to ASA.
Is this correct ? If so how do i get the Client to know that 192.168.33.0/24 traffic should also get routed to ASA ?
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