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Add a website to go through Site 2 Site VPN

Add a website to go through Site 2 Site VPN

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I'm hoping this is a quick one.

I have a site to site VPN tunnel. Remote site is an ASA5505 and main site is a 5520. The tunnel is up and running. At the remote site, the PC's use the tunnel for email, file server and various apps. No any-connect clients.

Ate the main site, we have a contract with an outside vendor that when the users access their website, it recognizes our public IP and lets us in without the end user entering any credentials. There is no VPN connection with this vendor.

On the remote site, I want to route that specific website, which is 199.107.238.205 through the VPN tunnel and then send it out to the Internet.

Any ideas.

RE: Add a website to go through Site 2 Site VPN

On the remote site include the vendor web server as a destination in the tunnel ACL.

On the head end side you will need to:
  1. Add the vendor web server as a source in the tunnel ACL
  2. Create a NAT so the hairpinned traffic gets NAT'd to the outside interface
  3. Enable "same security-traffic intra-interface"

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