Cisco WebVPN runnning on the Outside and Inside interfaces?
I have a Cisco ASA running the newest code. We configured the WebVPN to run on the outside interface and it works fine. Our internal network has several different VLANs which are all ACL off at the core. We have one internal VLAN used for guests and we want the ability to use the WebVPN so they can access the other restricted VLANS that the outside VPN users can.
Can I just enable it on the inside interface and enable same-traffic-security command to all the traffic to flow?
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