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Cisco VPN client statistics - packets bypassed

I have a VPN profile that does not allow split tunnelling from the client. Yet when a client connects, the statistics of the connection show that some of the traffic is listed as "bypassed".

Does anyone know what this traffic would be, and it is indeed bypassing the tunnel and going to the directly connected LAN?

Thanks in advance.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Cisco VPN client statistics - packets bypassed

Hello per,

Here is an explantion:

Packets bypassed - The total number of data packets that the VPN Client did not process because they did not need to be encrypted. Local ARPs and DHCP fall into this category.

Would you happen to have a packet capture to closer examine those packets?

Hope this helps! If so, please rate.

Thanks

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Cisco Employee

Re: Cisco VPN client statistics - packets bypassed

Hello per,

Here is an explantion:

Packets bypassed - The total number of data packets that the VPN Client did not process because they did not need to be encrypted. Local ARPs and DHCP fall into this category.

Would you happen to have a packet capture to closer examine those packets?

Hope this helps! If so, please rate.

Thanks

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Re: Cisco VPN client statistics - packets bypassed

Thank you for the prompt response!

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