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Cisco ASA 5510 hoe to add route to allow Sonicwall users to browse local LAN

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    Hi all,

    I have recently set up and Cisco ASA 5510 and traffic is flowing in and out as expected. The only thing I can not get working is allowing our remote Sonicwall users (once connect) to browse our local LAN /24

    OS version 7.2 (3)
    ASDM 5.2 (30
    Default Gateway

    The NAT and acl exist to allow “any” to connect via https to the sonicwall VPN device. This work fine, they connect via public IP to the sonicwall on internal IP

    static (INSIDE, OUTSIDE_PRIMARY) tcp 194.195.x.x https https netmask

    access-list OUTSIDE_PRIMARY_access_in extended permit tcp any host 194.195.x.x eq https

    But, what happens it the sonicwall dishes out a DHCP address when user’s connect from – They get the address fine, but what they can not do it browse or ping the local LAN /24.

    The ASA doesn’t know about the range because it’s encrypted within the tunnel but I need to know how to allow users that connect via VPN to browse the network.

    The company had a Netgear router before (that I’m replacing with the ASA) and this works fine with sonicwall client VPN and browsing, and the only rule that is added on the Netgear to allow this is:

    static route to destination via gateway (sonicwall)

    A similar rule does not work on the ASA. Does anyone have any ideas?????

    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Kind regards .:?

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