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VPN client cause local network loss

When using the CISCO VPN Client to a remote network, we lose local network connectivity.   We RDP into this server, and then set up a VPN connection to another location.  As soon as the VPN connection is established, the RDP connection is lost and you can not ping the local IP of the server, yet it is connected over the newly created VPN to a remote site.   I know this has something to do with split tunnels?   How cna  I configure my NIC or properties so that the new VPN conneciton does not break the local connection?   The application is that the local server is running an application that has an OBDC connector to a report data source.   

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VIP Purple

The Admin of the VPN-Gateway

The Admin of the VPN-Gateway has to configure Split-Tunnel for your connection. Then it will work as you need it.

 

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VIP Purple

The Admin of the VPN-Gateway

The Admin of the VPN-Gateway has to configure Split-Tunnel for your connection. Then it will work as you need it.

 

Karsten I would have replied

Karsten I would have replied sooner, but this new forum interface is horrible!

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