I am looking at Cisco Document ID 82020 that covers split tunneling. They mention the following: In order to set a split tunneling policy, issue the split-tunnel-policy command in the "group-policy configuration mode".
Can someone tell me how/where to get into the group-policy mode.
My above suggestions are not for removing IPSec. It makes the traffic originated from 10.11.28.0 255.255.255.0 and destined to object-group CoLo flow through the IPSec Tunnel, and rest will flow through outside interface without IPSec directly to internet.
Split-tunneling is actually for Remote Access, and has no relationship with your issue.
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