Problem accessing company resources remotely using Cisco VPN Client
I connect to my company's network remotely using Cisco VPN client both from a PC (v 4.0.1) and from a MacBook Pro (v 4.9.00)(same configs), and use Remote Desktop to connect to my work computer, and now i'm able to use Citrix to run applications on the company server.
The problem occurs on the Mac when I'm connecting from a location that uses the same private domain IP as our company's private domain. Our company's private domain is 192.168.1.x, so when I'm using the Mac on a WiFi router that happens to be set to 192.168.1.1, the Mac can connect using VPN but the remote desktop cannot connect to my work computer. Presumably, the Mac doesn't "know" that I'm trying to go through the VPN for the connection and not connect to something locally.
This problem seems to be unique to the Mac. Every Windows machine with the same client installed has no problems no matter what WiFi I've tried. The Mac works fine on any WiFi that is not 192.168.1.x.
However, since 192.168.1.x is very common (hotels, airports, etc., its a major problem with the Mac.
Suggestions are greatly appreciated!
Also, now that we're moving to Citrix, our administrator has created a webpage on the intranet that we launch applications from, but the Mac cannot find that page when connected to VPN from 192.168.1.x. Same problem.
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