I'm using the Juniper client for OSX ('Network Connect') to access a client's VPN. It appears that the client is configured to not use split-routing. The client's VPN host is not willing to enable split-routing.
Is there a way for me to over-ride this configuration or do sometime on my workstation to get the non-client network traffic to by-pass the VPN? This wouldn't be a big deal, but none of my streaming radio stations (e.g. XM) work will connected to their VPN.
Apologies for any inaccuracies in the terminology.
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The Juniper client changes my system's resolve.conf file from:
search XXX.com [redacted] nameserver 10.30.16.140 nameserver 10.30.8.140
I've attempted to restore my preferred DNS entry to the file
$ sudo echo "nameserver 192.168.0.1" >> /etc/resolv.conf
but this results in the following error:
-bash: /etc/resolv.conf: Permission denied
How does the super-user account not have access to this file? Is there a way to prevent the Juniper client from making changes to this file?