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Allowing Remote VPN Cisco Client Connections

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Anyone know how to allow access to clients connecting into a cisco asa5505 firewall (10.255.255.*) range and access a different vlan (172.16.0.0)?
Currently remote connections have access to vlan1 (172.19.0.0) fine.

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This is usually controlled with a split tunnel and nat rules, as well as some routing rules all things depending. Please post a scrubbed config and we can be more specific in the answer.
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