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Create a group that will route all networks across the SSL VPN instead of split tunneling

Hi,

I'm looking to create a group that will route all traffic over an SSL VPN rather than split tunnelling?

So far I've created the following:-

define group policy:

group-policy SSL_VPN_ALL attributes

vpn-tunnel-protocol svc

Define tunnel group:

tunnel-group SSL_VPN_ALL

type remote-access tunnel-group SSL_VPN_ALL general-attributes

address-pool sslvpn_pool1

default-group-policy SSL_VPN_ALL

User settings:

username test123 password test123 encrypted

username test123 attributes

vpn-group-policy SSL_VPN_ALL 

group-lock value SSL_VPN_ALL

service-type remote-access

Attached is config. Any ideas on how to finish this off would be much appeciated.

cheers

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Re: Create a group that will route all networks across the SSL V

Hi,

To my understanding if you have not defined anything related to Split Tunnel or Full Tunnel then by default the VPN connection will tunnel all destination networks.

Usually you configure this under the "group-policy" that the "tunnel-group" uses with command "split-tunnel-policy tunnelall"

When the VPN Client is connected you should find a "Route Details" section which should show "0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0" in the "Secured Routes" portion.

Is the VPN Client connection working at all or is there some otherkind of problem?

- Jouni

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Re: Create a group that will route all networks across the SSL V

Thanks Jouni.

Under group policy I've added :-

split-tunnel-policy tunnelall      

split-tunnel-network-list none     

I'm happy with the above config but when I test this out using Cisco Anyconnect from my web browser I don't see the "SSL_VPN_ALL" group from the dropdown menu. I only get the "Employee_VPN" group instead.

I do have split-tunneling with another group called Employee_VPN which is more redstrcitive with acl's etc.

Employee_VPN conf below:

group-policy GroupPolicy_Employee-VPN internal

group-policy GroupPolicy_Employee-VPN attributes

wins-server none

dns-server value *.*.*.*

vpn-tunnel-protocol ssl-client

split-tunnel-policy tunnelspecified

split-tunnel-network-list value sslvpn_split_tunnel

default-domain value test123.com

split-tunnel-all-dns disable

webvpn

  anyconnect profiles value employees_general type user

tunnel-group Employee-VPN type remote-access

tunnel-group Employee-VPN general-attributes

address-pool sslvpn_pool1

default-group-policy GroupPolicy_Employee-VPN

tunnel-group Employee-VPN webvpn-attributes

group-alias Employee-VPN enable

Any ideas on how to get anyconnect working with my test123 username

Thanks in advance.

Mentor

Create a group that will route all networks across the SSL VPN i

Hi,

I think you probably need to configure an equivalent configuration for the new VPN compared to the below setting

tunnel-group SSL_VPN_ALL webvpn-attributes

group-alias SSL_VPN_ALL enable

The name after "group-alias" can be something else also.

Here is the section of the ASA command reference explaining the use of this command.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa82/command/reference/gh.html#wp1777333

- Jouni