02-17-2012 10:56 AM
Ok - the title is a bit odd - but not sure what to say - we have a website that is hosted at a datacenter. If you are a customer, it gives you limited access, if you are an employee in the main office, it gives you admin access to the website.
So we have deployed the RAP5s at several locations and because we have split tunneling enabled on them, it considers this website an outside address and routes all requests to the limited access section. We need to have anybody on the RAP5 think it's coming from the main office, not that remote office - so we need to route that particular site thru the external ISP at the main office. (I hope that makes sense - I'm reading and going huh?)
This is so people at our London office can access the site with out needing to VPN to our main site to then open the browser to it.
let me know if you need more clarification.
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02-17-2012 11:20 AM
What ACLs are you using for split-tunneling?
Adding an ACL - (user host <ip-addrs of website> any permit) will send that traffic through the RAP tunnel. Is this what you are looking for?