Nov 14, 2012
i have a client who needs to establish a VPN tunnel from his satellite office (Site A) to his corporate office (Site Z). His satellite office will have a single PC sitting behind the ASA. In addition, he needs to be able to VPN from his home (Site H) to Site A to access his PC.The first question I have is about the ASA 5505 and the various licensing options. I want to ensure that an ASA5505-BUN-K9 will be able to establish the site-to-site tunnel as well as allow him to use either the IPsec or SSL VPN client to connect from Site H to Site A. Secondly, I would like to verify that no special routing or configuration would need to take place in order to allow traffic not destined for Site Z (i.e., general web browsing or other traffic to any resource that is not part of the Site Z network) to go out his outside interface without specifically traversing the VPN tunnel (split tunneling?)Finally, if the client were to establish a VPN session from Site H to Site A, would that allow for him to connect directly into resources at Site Z without any special firewall security rules? Since the VPN session would come in on the outside interface, and the tunnel back to Site Z goes out on the same interface, would this constitute a split horizon scenario that would call for a more complex config, or will the ASA handle that automatically without issue?
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