I just try to understand how split tunneling can help me in this situation.
Split tunneling used for accessing to protected network resources and Internet resources simulationely - for REMOTE VPN users becourse all traffic go thru vpn to protected network and access to resources of local Internet provider is impossible.
In my case i'm use SITE-2-SITE VPN and protect all traffic, so users HAVE access to protected network and Internet but for access Internet used gateway of central office not local provider.
Question is: In case when central office have no Internet so VPN is fail and other SITE can't access protected networks and Internet, HOW i configure other SITE devices for, IN THAT CASE, automaticaly use local providers gateway and after VPN is OK use central office provider?
Some info for explain...
SITE A (Central office)
SITE B (OTHER SITE)
SITE A CRYPTOMAP source=ANY destination=OTHER_SITE_NETWORK
SITE B CRYPTOMAP source=OTHER_SITE_NETWORK destination=ANY
SITE A NAT (inside,outside) OTHER_SITE_NETWORK to OUTSIDE
SITE B NAT EXEMPT ALL TRAFFIC from NAT - in that case Internet requests of OTHER SITE go thru VPN to SITE A and to Internet to SITE A providers gateway
SITE B NAT EXEMPT only SITE_B_NETWORK to SITE_A_NETWORK - in that case Internet requests of OTHER SITE go directly to local (SITE B) providers gateway.
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