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Cisco VPN client 3.5 quick question

this is regarding cisco vpn client 3.5.2 itself.

under PROPERTIES, GENERAL, "ALLOW LOCAL LAN ACCESS" what exactly of the function is that? If i have split tunnel setup on concentrator, do i still need that. I test it, if i take out the split tunnel and try to enable that function, i still can't access my local LAN. maybe i mis-understand the real function of it, or is that only for PIX or router use?

look forward for any reply. thank you

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Re: Cisco VPN client 3.5 quick question

Hi, the allow local LAN access is used by the concentrator. You can't use it with a PIX or router yet. Here is a document on the client, and also if you http to your concentrator, browse to your groups, modify your group and click on Help at the top right. There is more information under the Split Tunneling Policy.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/vpn/client/rel3_5_1/user_gd/vc3.htm#xtocid19

Hopes this helps....

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