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How to make ASA not be gateway for remote users?

Is there a way to make it so that remote vpn users dont get the ASA as their gateway when they connect? Its causing me some routing issues with them. Thank you

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Re: How to make ASA not be gateway for remote users?

I don't think there's a way to do it because you're terminating into the ASA. What type of routing issues are you having? You may be able to implement split tunneling.

HTH,

John

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Re: How to make ASA not be gateway for remote users?

accessing servers at a sister company that we connect to through a different isp connection. When here at the office they hit our core router as gateway and pushes them through our mpls to our sister company, but when connecting remotely, it uses the asa as gateway and because we have certain traffic going from our office to sister company servers through this asa connection, it builds a static route by default. Therefore when our users connect in remotely, and try to access these servers, the routes get dorked. (for lack of a better word) thanks

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