Can SSL VPN (clientless mode) see the other end of IPSec tunnels?
I have an ASA5510 as a hub and several cisco 877's running EzyVPN as the spokes. The remote (branch office) LANs can successfully see each other through the ASA. They can also see a LAN directly behind the ASA itself. Everything works nicely as far as the IPSec tunnels are concerned.
However, when I use WebVPN (SSL VPN) I see the LAN behind the ASA, and I can see sites out on the Internet. But I cannot see the LANs behind the 877's. Is this doable?
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