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Internet Access Via Vpn tunnel (not split tunneling )

Hi ,

This is typical scenario , my client wants to access Internet after he has established tunnel with his home router DSl cable router through cisco vpn client.

IS it possible to access Internet via vpn , here iam not talking about split tunneling , I know it is not possible through PIX but router and concentrator can...that what i have read ...

I need suggestions in this regard

Please help .... :-)

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Re: Internet Access Via Vpn tunnel (not split tunneling )

A router and concentrator can, provided the routing is set up correctly. On the concentrator you also need to remove the Public filter off the public interface cause this only allows encrypted traffic in usually. You'd need to give the VPN clients addresses out of a pool of valid globally-routable addresses also, or else NAT the client VPN traffic as it goes back out to the Internet unencrypted.

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Re: Internet Access Via Vpn tunnel (not split tunneling )

Hi Glenn,

Thanks for the prompt reply, can i do policy routing here ....

need your inputs and some links which will guide me to do so ....

Thanks :-)

Seema Gopalan