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Disable client side split tunneling to navigate through remote gateway

Posted on 2014-04-04
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Dear all,

I run a cisco asa 5510 and I want to know how to configure the asa to let some of VPN client users navigate through the remote gateway (with remote public ip). We are using AnyConnect VPN client.

Do I have to configure some NAT ? Do I need to configure some rules to let the vpn ip pool go to the internet.

I just want my remote users to navigate on internet through the vpn tunnel and the remote gateway (the asa).

Any hints ? Do I have to setup some proxy ?

Thank you so much !
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same as with lan users, you need to allow the connection to be forwarded and use source nat on the machine that possesses the external IP. your vpn should also give a proper gateway.
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