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Access to local subnets inaccessible when connecting to outside VPN server.

Posted on 2008-06-11
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SETUP:
LOCAL OS: Windows XP Professional (SP2)
VPN CLIENT: CHECKPOINT VPN CLIENT

PROBLEM:
WHEN TUNNELED TO REMOTE CHECKPOINT VPN SERVER, CAN ACCESS REMOTE LAN WITHOUT A PROBLEM, HOWEVER I CAN ONLY ACCESS OUR LOCAL 192.168.1.0/24 VLAN. CANNOT ACCESS LOCAL172.21.1.0/24 VLAN. ipconfig shows (as it should): Remote IP, subnet and gateway assigned from remote VPN server.

WHAT IS NEEDED:
I WOULD LIKE TO ACCESS MY LOCAL SERVER ON THE LOCAL 172.21.1.0/24 VLAN (I can when not connected to VPN), WHILE CONNECTED TO REMOTE VPN.
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Question by:supercell29
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Michael W earned 250 total points
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The Checkpoint VPN client needs to be allowed to enable split tunneling to allow for this to happen. However, the split tunnel configuration is usually handled by the VPN server not the client, so you can't just override it.
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