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When VPN is established with remote office, remote office can access all resources. How do I configure the Cisco ASA 5500 to allow local users http/https access?

Posted on 2014-01-23
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When VPN is established with remote office, remote office can access all resources. However now I cannot access http/https at main site. I have a Cisco ASA 5500 and the tunnel is up and active. I have tried entering NAT's and ACL's but to no avail. Also now the ASA is constantly building and tearing down UDP connection.
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Are you referring to Remote Access VPN or LAN to LAN. What do you mean configure ASA 5500 with HTTP/HTTPS. Are you wanting them to be able to get into the ASDM? Or are you referring to internet access?
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by:drmll
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It is LAN to LAN. I am referring to internet access.
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What version of the IOS?
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the ASA went bad and I replaced the device. all is working
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Bad device
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