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VPN Client on same subnet as local LAN on Cisco 1800 router

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Can I use the same subnet for my VPN client pool? Does the router ARP then accross the VPN for the client versus routing? I have this working but when changed the VPN client to another subnet, the VPN client can't reach the internal LAN. What changes (and where) do I need to make to change the VPN client pool to another subnet? I don't have a no NAT access list which seems to be OK when the VPN client is using the same subnet as the local LAN.

To make split tunneling work I have to change the VPN client subnet so I can make it easier to write the split tunnel access list (VPNGROUP ACL xxx setting).
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