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Nat through VPN

Hi all.

I have a site with an 837 where is configured an easy VPN and everything works fine between local LAN and vpn clients.

Now, my question is... is possible to translate vpn traffic so that clients conntecting to that site trough VPN can be "natted" to internet? (basically to surf)

Thank you a lot

Carlo

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Re: Nat through VPN

You can use split-tunneling to allow Internet traffic to be transported unencrypted to your central site where it can access the Internet.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2308/products_configuration_example09186a00801c4246.shtml#enablingsplittunneling

Re: Nat through VPN

Thank you for your prompt answer.

Anyway.. using split tunneling, i will tunnelize trafic to the private site of my remote office only and my gateway to the internet will be still my local router.

My question was different, I would admit my local client to access to the interntet using the remote router through VPN.

In oter words....

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