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Routing help VPN -- CORP ASA -- AWS

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My AnyConnect VPN (172.16/16) can access my CORP Cisco ASA network (10/8) no problems at all through split tunnel.  Recently I created a site-to-site VPN from CORP to AWS (172.20/16).  Can't figure out now how to allow VPN clients to access my AWS network.  Is there some route that needs to be done on the ASA site?
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You need to hairpin the VPNS together :)

See the following article

Cisco Firewall VPN “Hair Pinning” Note: Cisco refer to this as a “Spoke to Spoke VPN”

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