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Secure traffic leaving the firewall with SSL


I have a Cisco ASA that is being used to establish a VPN connection with a partner.

In this specific case, the partner sends us a flow of data over the VPN connection, that we receive and send to out systems.

The source application is unable to establish a secure/SSL connection to our systems, but we would like to encrypt everything that is within our infrastructure.

The current plan is to have a server with a Cisco AnyConnect Client that builds a VPN with our ASA and then the traffic is routed from the ASA to the server.

However I find this solution clunky and not reliable.

What I would prefer is for the ASA to send the data over an SSL tunnel to our endpoint.

In Linux I would probably use Stunnel to achieve this task. Is there anything I can do with an ASA to achieve the simple task to redirect some data over an SSL link?