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i have 3 sites: a,b,c

siteA vpn into siteB.  siteB vpn to siteC

siteB has anyconnect vpn.  I want to have anyconnect to be able to access siteC.  

please a step by step would be great in accomplishing this.
cli or asdm is ok.

thanks,
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Question by:mwauki
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You need to hairpin :)

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

Obviously you will need to do this twice, once from B to A and once from B to C but the principle is identical.

Pete
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by:mwauki
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thanks PeteLong!

i think i specified my intention alittle too much and not clear?

what i really wanted to do is,  an anyconnect on siteB, to access devices on siteC.

also, do you have something on asdm as well just for flexibility?

much appreciated...
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No I understood :)

Simply hairpin the two together - Sorry I don't use the ASDM, Id never get anything done!!

Pete
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Thank you, Sir Pete!
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