How to prohibit remote access vpn client to use the local DNS server

Hello

I'm on ASA5505 remote access vpn configuration.

Everything works fine so far, except when the client got connected, he always used the local DNS server provided by the ISP.  How can I force the customer to use the DNS server configured on ASA?

Thank you.

Kind regards

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The command "Activate dns split-tunnel-all" is supported only on SSL VPN and VPN IKEv2. Since you're using IKEv1, this command is not supported.

Here's the order reference:

http://www.Cisco.com/en/us/docs/security/ASA/asa82/command/reference/S8.html#wp1533793

You configure no split tunnel? If you are, then you need to configure "tunnelall" split tunnel policy, and that will force the dns resolution and everything else through the VPN tunnel.

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