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Open VPN connection and LAN connection simultaneously

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I'm connected to a LAN using Ethernet connection. When I open a VPN connection by using Nortel Contivity Client I do establish the VNP but I can keep my LAN connection. It seems like all my network traffic is enrouted through my VPN connection.

Any idea to configure my Nortel Client?

Thank you in advance.
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This is one of the 'features' of many VPN Clients - including Nortel Contivity - where that function is controlled by the corporate end. It is a security risk to allow you simultaneous access to your home/other network and the corporate network at the same time.
There is no way for you to get around it by adjusting the client on your end.
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