VPN Client "Allow local LAN Access"

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Mar 5th, 2003

I have the above box check on the VPN Client software (Ver 3.5.1) but when I connect I am unable to access anything on my network and when I look at the general tab, the client software says that Local LAN access is disabled. Any ideas on how I can fix this?

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afakhan Fri, 03/07/2003 - 14:41

Hi,

This feature needs to be configured on the Headend(VPN3000) side first, go to :

Configuration->User Mgmt->Group Mgmt->Modify Group->Client Config tab, and then configure:

Tunnel everything (Select this radio button)

Allow the networks in list to bypass the tunnel (check this box)

and then under "Split Tunneling Network List", select :

VPN Client Local LAN (Default)

and reconnect your client, it should work.

Thx

Afaq

kucinskw@lnx.hu Tue, 03/11/2003 - 15:36

Hello Afaq,

I actually do have the same problem but with PIX525 as headend. The VPN user cannot access the print server on his local LAN while connected to the PIX acting as VPN gateway. What is the PIX equivalent of "split-tunnel access list" for the "VPN Client Local LAN"?

Best regards,

Witold Kucinski, CCNP

witold.kucinski@lnx.hu

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