I have used a cisco client ver. 4.0.3 installed in my laptop to connect to VPN server.
When my VPN client is connected to a remote VPN server through wired LAN at my site office, I cannot use Internet at the same time. I have understanded that this could not be possible unless "split tunnel" is allowed in the server side. When I connect to the server through Wi-Fi network at the same office, I can use Internet. It caused me to confuse, so I checked the default gateway IP address of my network using the "ipconfig" command. It showed the two IP address 10.100.128.1 and 10.100.128.2 for the wireless network connection, and one IP address 10.69.225.70 for the wired network connection.
How can you explin the above two situation? Did the two default gateways allow me to use Internet when my client is connected to the server through the wi-Fi network??? Did the disable "split tunnel" function in the VPN server block me form using Internet, connecting to the server through the wired network??? I don't think so. Why??
When my client is connected to VPN server through the Wi-Fi home network at my home which has only one default gateway, 192.168.0.1. I don't have any problem with using Internet. How can you explain this weird situation??? I really want to use Internet through both a wired and wireless network at other site office which have only one gateway respectively. Could you explain on this?
Thanks you so much...Jae
You are welcome, I hope we can fix all.
Combofix fixes malware entries that would corrupt your browser to malfunction. Winsockfix repairs the corruptions that may have caused by VPN software. But I dont know a corruption type that may cause http not to work and https to work.
Now let me understand the current issue. You can not connect to internet even the VPN is disconnected correct?
I have a couple of questions and need some outputs of diagnostics
1) I think you are in a hotel. Do you use wireless? May there be any quotas/restrictions by hotel management?
2) Connect via VPN. As you establish connection, right-click my network neighbors at desktop>Properties. Now right click Cisco VPN Adapter then click repair. Then disconnect your VPN client
3) After you disconnect VPN, do the same repair for your Local Area connection or Wireless connection. While VPN is disconnected, please run the following in command line
And post the outputs of these commands here.