Split tunneling will allow your clients to access the internet or local lan while they use the vpn but this is a security concern. With the group you are configuring make a network list and put that specific server in the list. Then apply this list to the group under (only tunnel networks in list)
Additionally if you want to apply Filter rules on the Private Interface to allow the traffic to be checked before it goes into the Network. You can make the Rules for the IP Addresses of the users coming in and only allow for specific Servers rather then for the whole Network.
Slightly confused here. I have a similar situation. I want to lock down a VPN group to one internal IP address/server only. No access to the rest of the LAN whatsoever. Can I do this and if so, how? (Cisco 3000 series).
now when they connect up to the concentrator, their
client will be told to only send data for this
single internal host to the concentrator (everything else will go to their default gateway).
Now I don't know if the connecting user can set up an nt route add statement or something to force the rest of the subnet through his client to concentrator tunnel ? However if you have a pix or router behind your concentrator, you can of course
enforce the "single-host only tunnel" with an access
Another option, is giving the single host you want the guy to talk to a secondary ip address, and use this new subnet as his ip address specified when
that user connects... like make a new subnet from your internal subnet just for him and your 1 server.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...