This may be a silly question, but I am at a loss to see what is the problem.
I have a 515 at my site and am in the process of installing a few small office 501's around the country.
Each office can connect and establish a tunnel when I configure them using EZ, and I have a split-tunnel configuration so they can get to the Internet or to me whenever.
If for some reason I have to reboot my PIX or my T1 goes down, they lose the tunnel (of course) but they also lose any Internet connections that they may have. The only way to get them connected to the world again is to go and uncheck the "use EZVPN" box.
Ultimately, I don't want then to lose all connectivity when/if I go down.
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