Cisco ASA 5500 with 9.x Hairpinning (U-turn) with AnyConnect issue
This may have been answered, but I have not been able to find anything searching the forums. I would like to setup the following scenario, but have not been able to figure this out. We have a shared wireless network of some corporate laptops and non-corporate laptops, so I do not have a way of separating which is which and I do not want to allow the untrusted computers access to the corporate LAN by using the "same-security-traffic" configuration. I would like to be able to allow the corporate users to use their AnyConnect VPN client to connect to the outside of the firewall. Is this possible? I haven't had any luck as of yet. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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