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Topic # 108798 5-Sep-2012 16:53
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Hi,

I have an ASA 5520 firewall. There is a site-to-site VPN setup. There is remote access vpn set up. I want the networks between these two VPNs to communicate. specially the remote access users to be able to connect to the site to site website. By configuring same-security-traffic permit intra-interface I am able to do so but I do not want to configure this. Is there a way to achieve the above.

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  Reply # 681939 5-Sep-2012 17:33
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So you want a remote user to come in via the VPN into Site A, then use a site to site VPN to access a server at Site B?

What kind of VPN are you using for remote access? for site to site? What kind of routing rules do you have?

Could you please do a network diagram?







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  Reply # 692478 27-Sep-2012 20:41
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Yes. I want the remote access user to come in and use the site to site VPN to access the network or url at the other end of site to site vpn. 

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 692480 27-Sep-2012 20:44
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it is a cisco client for remote access vpn. static routing is being used.

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