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Does Cisco VPN client 5 support split tunneling and if so, how do I use it?

We're using an old version of this VPN client (stipulated by a client) to connect to their system. It looks like this: I am running this on a VM accessed by RDP and the issue is as soon as I connect, ...
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Setting up openVpn as an interface rather than routing all traffic from paid vpn

I have subscribed to a VPN provider that's provides openVpn config files. Now instead of routing all traffic through this VPN, I would like to simply set it up as another interface where the ...
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OpenVPN switch from full to split tunnel

The Problem We have a OpenVPN server in our network, which is used to connect to only four machines. With the given configuration below it works, but clients cannot access the rest of the internet, ...
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Access the internet directly while connected to VPN [closed]

I'm using Pulse Secure on a Mac OS. When I connect to my company VPN I can access their servers but can't access any external website. Is it possible to tinker with the VPN client to have access to ...
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Windows 10 Always On VPN, Split DNS, NRPT, and how to configure which DNS server is used?

Here's the setup: Windows 10 1803 clients Server 2012R2 RRAS server Always On VPN device tunnel setup per these instructions, with split tunneling. Device VPN only has routes to 1 DC/DNS server, and ...
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Static Route Setup on Windows 10 for Split Tunnel VPN

I have an L2TP VPN service setup on a Ubiquity USG 3 Router. I trying to set up a split tunnel service on Window 10 machine so that: Internet Traffic is sent outside VPN (for speed) Certain Local IP ...
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Linux access point as tunnel splitter

Since at my workplace they use Cisco VPNs (AnyConnect protocol) to reach production and test servers, i need to be always connected to work on those servers. The problem is that the VPN doesn't ...
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OpenVPN Split Routing for individual user CentOS 7

I am currently trying to configure OpenVPN on CentOS 7 to route all traffic from a specific user (vpn) through the VPN, leaving all other traffic unaffected. I have followed a tutorial based on ubuntu,...
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PPTPD-server split tunnel

Normally the client has to set up the VPN connection to be a split tunnel (not routing internet traffic trough the tunnel, but still have access to local resources), but is this possible to define on ...
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Tunnel only specific port over OpenVPN on OpenWRT-Merlin

My Asus RT-AC87U router is running OpenWRT-Merlin. OpenWRT-Merlin allows you to set up an OpenVPN client and disable NAT so that you have to manually configure the routes for this VPN. How do I do ...
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How to get forticlient working in OSX El Capitan

The forticlient VPN software is borked, when using split horizon, since OSX El Capitan. The problem is that DNS requests are sent out on the normal primary interface to the DNS of the VPN tunnel. How ...
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Route specific network traffic through vpn in virtualbox guest

I am running OSX with a windows server 2008 guest in Virtualbox. My goal is to route some of the network traffic in the host through the server guest. This is because the win2008 server has a VPN ...
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Practical alternatives to split tunneling?

I have seen some IT security audits that request whether split tunneling is implemented for remote VPN users. I can appreciate the peace of mind benefits from disabling split tunneling, since you ...
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Trying to route outgoing http requests through VPN on Ubuntu Server 12.04

I've got an Ubuntu 12.04 server running on Amazon's EC2 that runs a web crawling process. We're running into a problem where some of the webservers hosting the sites we need to crawl are blocking all ...
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VPN Split Tunneling - Pros and Cons and how to achieve?

Well this is the dilemma, I want remote clients to connect to my network and only route local access through the VPN. This is split tunneling, the client uses its internet connection for all other ...
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Force Juniper-network client to use split routing

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 ...
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Trouble printing to local printer when connected to VPN with split-tunneling enabled

I'm a volunteer network admin for a multi-tenant non-profit office space. One of our new tenants uses a VPN to connect to remote resources using RRAS and Small Business Server 2008. They also have a ...
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Split tunnelling for Site to Site VPN on Cisco ASA

Is it possible to do split tunnelling with a site to site VPN connection using Cisco ASAs? We have a Cisco ASA 5510 at head office, and Cisco 5505 in our branch office, currently connected via a Site-...
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Remote support via VPN without split tunnel

my title might not be very clear, but I'll explain my setup in more detail now. We have several customers (companies) that need to be remotely supported. At these customers we have servers running ...