Routing to inside network problem with split tunnel on ASA5510
My customer has a ASA5510 that I have configured as a remote VPN endpoint for remote laptop users who connect via an IPsec tunnel using Cisco VPN client software. The remote VPN is configured as a split tunnel VPN. Once the user connects they have full use of the inside network that is directly connected to the ASA. They can also access the Internet via the split tunnel while connected to the VPN. However there is another inside network that is sitting behind the first inside network on an ASA5505 that they cannot reach, even though there is a route to it on the 5510. When they try to reach this second inside network the 5510 does NOT send them to the inside network, instead it sends them to the Internet via the split tunnel.
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