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How To Add A Subnet For AnyConnect

How To Add A Subnet For AnyConnect

How To Add A Subnet For AnyConnect

I am working with an ASA 5520 and it looks like the previous regime created a second subnet for servers but users who connect to the network via AnyConnect cannot to the second subnet.

Is there a simple way to add this second subnet via ASDM?

RE: How To Add A Subnet For AnyConnect

yeah ...

going off memory here :
Client based VPN --> Group policies --> the GPO they are matching --> one of the options is SPLIT Tunnel --> split tunnel list below --> opens a section for ACL to be selected or added --> either add the entry to the ACL or create a new ACL ...

disconnect/ reconnect the VPN and do a route print (assuming windows) ...

if thisis not enough once i get to work tomorrow (12 hours) i can find the exact screen shots for you ..

We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

RE: How To Add A Subnet For AnyConnect

I did that (the subnet is called inside network /24, which I think is because one of the nics is using an ip on that subnet) but I still can't get to it.
Is there a window in ASDM that shows me what ACL is tied to VPN?

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