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Split Tunnel ACL and NONAT

Could someone please explain to me the difference between the Split Tunnel ACL and the NONAT ACL? Are both required in a VPN configuration if I want my remote-access VPN users to access the inside network, and other subnetworks behind the ASA?

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Split Tunnel ACL and NONAT

Split tunneling is a way not to tunnel all traffic.

No nat is defining which networks should not be subject to NAT.

One is a feature applied to client related to routing (configured on headend) the other is funnction of headend  to define which flows should not be subjected to NAT.

None are required to establish IPsec, no nat or nat exemption is construct often used ;-)

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