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Problem with VPN Split-Tunneling

I am having a problem with VPN Split-Tunneling.

I have NO issues with VPN Everything-Through-The-Tunnel.

The router is a Cisco 851w running IOS 12.4T (T7) Advance Security Image.

The VPN client is Cisco VPN Client ver 4.8.00.0440

I have split tunneling configured on the router.

The config pushes DNS server IPs to the client.

The router config is proper.

When testing from the router location, I use a dial-up line to establish a VPN connection to the router.

Using this method, split tunneling functions properly:

1. I can access the lan behind the router with no problems.

2. I can access the internet via the clients ISP connection using URLs and IPs.

When traveling off-site (e.g. a hotel using broadband) and making a VPN connection to the router:

1. I can access the lan behind the router with no problems.

2. I can access the internet via the clients ISP connection using IPs.

3. I CANNOT acces the internet via the clients ISP connection using URLs.

This appears to be a DNS problem, but I am at a loss to figure out how to resolve the issue.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Regards,

bl

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Re: Problem with VPN Split-Tunneling

Hi,

I am guessing you have configured both split-tunneling and split-dns. I am guessing the problem is with the split-dns. Try to disable split-dns and see if the problem goes away. If the problem goes away, then look at your split-dns config.

Thanks

John

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Re: Problem with VPN Split-Tunneling

John,

Thanks for the reply.

Split-DNS is not configured

bl

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