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How do you turn off Split tunneling?

Hello,

We are connecting to a 3rd party VPN using the CISCO vpn client 4.6. We have the client setting unchecked "for allow local lan access."

Currently, we are getting split tunneling where our VPN is gateway connecting both our networks. This is not what we want. Once we establish the connection, we want our local lan traffic cut off.

Can this be controlled from the client or is this a setting on our partner's vpn concentrator that is over-writing the client? If so, any thoughts to what it might be? I have read some documentation on the network lists and split tunneling and various policies for the concentrator but I'm a newbie and don't really understand everything yet.

Thanks,

Wes

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Re: How do you turn off Split tunneling?

Hello Wes

Split-tunneling can be enabled/disabled only from the VPN concentrator.. nothing much you can do with the client configuration.. if you want your LAN to be cut off, after connecting to VPN, u need to ask the guys to disable split-horizon on the concentrator..

hope this helps.. all the best.. rate replies if found useful.

Raj

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