AnyConnect to multiple sites

Hello Cisco pros.

We have a HQ and 3 sites all with Cisco ASA 5505. Now I'm looking to be able to connect to HQ via Anyconnect and with that same connection be able to remote into the branch sites. All sites are connected to HQ via Site-to-Site.
Any ideas how can I get this done?
Thanks so much for your help.

AnyConnect Multiple Connection
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asavenerCommented:
First, all of the ASAs will need to have the site-to-site VPN updated to include the subnet that is assigned to remote access VPN devices.

Next, exclude the remote access VPN pool from NAT on the remote ASAs.  (Presumably, this has already been done on the HQ ASA.)

Finally, enable intra-interface traffic on the HQ ASA.   (same-security-traffic permit intra-interface)
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Katrach0System AdminAuthor Commented:
Can I do this via ASDM or any ideas where can I get commands?
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
You want to 'hairpin' or 'spoke to spoke' your RA-VPN. As pointed out (above) each site needs to be linked by a VPN before you start. Then Ive documented the process in the link below,

Cisco Firewall VPN "Hair Pinning"


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Katrach0System AdminAuthor Commented:
I tried what Pete said and it worked!!!
Thanks so much Pete.  Before closing this question. Pete do you do you how to add multiple IP to AnyConnect see screenshot so you can see what I'm talking about. I know this is out of the scope, but I thought I may ask.

Add more IPs
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
You need to specify them in different profiles m8

See Cisco AnyConnect - Adding Multiple VPN Devices to the Client


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Katrach0System AdminAuthor Commented:
Well, Pete knows and answered my questions.
Thanks Pete.
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