How to add secure route to a FQDN via ASA inside tunnel?

Using a Cisco ASA 5555 with AnyConnect SSL client and split-tunneling enabled, how do I force an inside tunneled route to a FQDN so that the AnyConnect client tunnels thru ASA and presents the egress IP of the ASA to the destination? I've read conflicting results when adding a FQDN to an ACL as a secured route. It would be easier if the host had a static single IP address but its behind aws load balancer so the IP's change. Am I even making sense? In a scale of 1-10 representing my knowledge of ASA's (where 1 = WTF is an ASA, 10 = I configure ASA's in my sleep) I'd say I'm at about a 4.
Juan CAsked:
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Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
Wait...  isn't ASA the name of a band in Sweden?

Actually, I've never heard of a problem using FQDNs on an ASA.  I think you have to have version 8.4-ish to do it.

You'd have to have DNS configured, of course:

dns domain-lookup outside
dns name-server x.x.x.x

Then, just create a network object:

object network fqdn-in-question
  fqdn host.domain.something



Another thing you can do... if you have the list of IP addresses for that FQDN available:

objectgroup network Secured_FQDN
  description All of these IPs are used for host.domain.something
  network-object host x.x.x.x
  network-object host y.y.y.y
  etc.

Does that help?
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Juan CAuthor Commented:
Thank you Joseph for offering assistance. Would this make a vpn user's route to the FQDN in question seem as if it originates from the ASA'a public interface IP? That's the part that is confusing me because the host is accessible publicly but I want my connection to the host to appear as if it is originating from the ASA's external public IP. So the route should go from my laptop AnyConnect client that is located externally to route thru an inside tunnel to the host.
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Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
That's exactly how it should work.

The tunnel terminates on the 'inside' interface of the ASA and is treated as an internal network segment.  From there, the traffic is sent out the public interface.  The source IP on that connection will be the IP on that public interface.
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Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
Question answered satisfactorily.
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