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Cisco VPN 3000 how to access local LAN ?

Hello,

in my company we use Cisco VPN 3020.

Actually users connect using CiscoVPN Client, and all traffic is routed into the VPN so that users gets

a remote IP Address of the remote public LAN.

The problem is that when using VPN users cannot acces anymore their local LAN at home.

How can i allow users local LAN access ?

All traffic is sent into the VPN also traffic for local LAN.

thank you

Riccardo

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Do you have split tunnel configured for that VPN group?
You would need to configure split tunnel to allow access to the local LAN so not everything is encrypted and sent through the tunnel.

Also, the local LAN where the VPN Client is connected from needs to be in different subnet to the office LAN otherwise traffic will be routed through the VPN tunnel.

Here is a sample configuration on configuring split tunnel:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2284/products_configuration_example09186a00806f34fa.shtml

Hope that helps.

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thank you very much, I'll try to enable split tunneling.

I hoped there were a way to allow local LAN access without having to configure split tunneling.

For example using MacOSX embedded VPN client with Cisco IPSec profile everything works

also local LAN access without using split tunneling.

My problem is with using Cisco VPN cientlocal LAN Access does not work.

Riccardo

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There is a local lan option without split tunneling for the concentrator. It is in the section Configuration | User Management |

Heres the information about this setting from the concentrator help pages: "If users in this group need access to local networks, choose Allow Networks in List to Bypass Tunnel. This option allows you to define a list of networks to which traffic goes in the clear. This feature is useful for remote users who want to access devices on their local network, such as printers, while they are connected to the corporate network through a tunnel."

I hope this helps you.
-heather

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yes it really helps a lot.

thank you

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