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When using VPN all internet access is going through VPN, not direct

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I am working from home with my VPN to the office over by fiber connection.  When I want to download something from the internet or do any web browsing, my traffic is going through the VPN to the office and then out to the internet.  This crushes by response time.

How can I configure my machine to not route to the VPN for internest activity?

Thanks!
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Question by:sgarson1
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by:jgourley
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If there is a soution for this I'd like to know as well.  It was always my understanding that when connected to VPN that is in fact your internet connection.  I have to disconnect my VPN connection and use my internet connection if I want good web browsing speed.  The only other thing I can think of is if you had two PC's (one connected VPN) or two internet connections.
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How are you connecting to VPN, pptp, IPSEC, Cisco VPN Client?

For PPTP or Microsoft connection, there is an option in TCP/IP setting setting default gateway on remote network, uncheck that, and it will resolve the issue.

For IPSEC, Cisco VPN Client or similar clients that push policies through VPN Server, you will need to contact that administrator at your office to allow you to use Internet and VPN at the sametime.
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by:sgarson1
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If I understand you correctly. I should specify my local gateway under my TCP/IP settings?  Connection manager doesn't have that option.
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So you are using PPTP? Windows XP? Please confirm.

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by:sgarson1
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Windows XP Pro and the "Connect to Small Business Connector"

WAN Miniport PPTP
Server type: PPP

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by:naveedb
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Ok.

This is what you will do. Please

Right click on the VPN Connection in Network Connection, and select Properties.
Then click on Networking Tab
Then select Internet Protocol TCP/IP
Click on Properties Button.
This will bring up General TCP/IP Properties.
Click on Advanced Button.
Uncheck the box "Use Default Gateway on Remote Network"
Click OK, Ok and OK

Try to connect again wtih VPN, you should now have access to both VPN and Intenet at the same time.
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Thanks
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