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I have a ASA 5510 that has about 60-70 vpn tunnels. I have four interfaces on the device: 1)External, 2), 3), 4)

A VPN tunnel is configured from the remote site ( to the subnet on the ASA.

I have remote applications I would like the users at the remote site to be able to access which are hosted on the subnet.

I can route traffic between the subnets that are located on the ASA. Any way I can route traffic from the remote site to the

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Isn't it what the vpn filter policy is for, or is that client-to-site specific perhaps? – 3molo Nov 13 '10 at 18:00

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The best way to do this is to expand your encryption domain to include (or just 192.168.3.X/32 for all necessary X).

For example, on your ASA 5510, you probably have an access-list like this:

access-list to-remote extended line 1 permit ip

Assuming your application lives on and you want to give all of access, for example, you'll want to add something like the following:

access-list to-remote extended line 2 permit ip host

Remember that you have to modify the encryption domain on the other side as well.

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