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Cisco ASA remote access vpn: connecting to multiple internal networks

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recently i successfully setup remote access vpn (SSLVPN) on the ASA 5510. the remote user is assinged an ip address on an already existing (internal) subnet. the issue is that the user cannot access the other internal subnets that usually are accessable.

i did some reading and looked at some configuration examples for split tunneling. none seem to address the issue that i have. they were more based on providing internet access to the remote user (which i am not interested in). how would i go about giving the remote users access to the other internal networks?
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