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Use a Dedicated Interface For VPN on Cisco ASA

I was wondering if there is a suggestion on the following issue:

On a Cisco ASA I have configured third interface (other than inside,outside) to be used for VPN traffic.

There is no problem with L2L tunnels since the remote IP is known, so it is easy to specify a static route.

The problem is called teleworkers who use Cisco VPN client. Is there a way to forward this traffic to the interface destined for VPN (something like policy routing)?

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Re: Use a Dedicated Interface For VPN on Cisco ASA

Use reverse-route injection coupled with OPSF/RIP and the remote host route should show up int routing table. Also,make sure you enable same-security intra-interface traffic

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