Cisco Anyconnect VPN 9.8.3 - No Internet Connection
I need assistance with Anyconnect VPN for remote users. Im able to connect to the internal services by creating a NAT Exception "Static". But traffic destine to the internet is getting blocked by phase either 3 or 4 depending on the changes i've made.
I've created dynamic NATing from any,outside for the anyconnect traffic and nothing - Also, white listed the subnet on the outside interface and nothing.
Cloud -->ASA/Anyconnect ---> DMZ & LAN "this piece works.
Result: input-interface: OUTSITE input-status: up input-line-status: up output-interface: OUTSITE output-status: up output-line-status: up Action: drop Drop-reason: (acl-drop) Flow is denied by configured rule
access-list OUTSIDE_access_in extended permit ip object Anyconnect_Subnet any log
Re: Cisco Anyconnect VPN 9.8.3 - No Internet Connection
For TA you require a NAT rule for OUTSIDE,OUTSIDE to translate (i.e. overload) to your public address.
You also need to confirm you have configured the tunnel correctly (i.e. not ST) so all traffic is routed across it.
That ACE is not required (and moreover is in the wrong direction), it depends on your build but typically on the ASA an option is enabled which ignores ACL's. Access is restricted by "filters" which are applied to the tunnel group-policy (not an interface).
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