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VPN Client

I have a user that has a home network and uses a domain there. She can get to the VPN at the office, but when she connects, she can no longer access shares or printers on her home network. Can this be done? We are using a PIX 515, a RADIUS server,and VPN Client 3.5.x.

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New Member

Re: VPN Client

I am quoting here from the Cisco VPN Client 3.5 user guide:

"The Allow Local LAN Access parameter gives you access to the resources on your local LAN (printer, fax, shared files, other systems) when you are connected through a secure gateway to a central-site VPN device. When this parameter is enabled, you can access local resources while connected. When this parameter is disabled, all traffic from your Client system goes through the IPSec connection to the secure gateway. To enable this feature, check Allow Local LAN Access; to disable it, clear the check mark from the box.

If the local LAN you are using is not secure, you should disable this feature. For example, you would disable this feature when you are using a local LAN in a hotel or airport."

New Member

Re: VPN Client

We have tried this. It does not work.

Cisco Employee

Re: VPN Client

Local lan access is a feature still to be integrated on the PIX, it is only available if you are connecting to a VPN 3K for now. You could try adding static routes on the client machine for the local network.

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