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Allowing internet access while split tunneling is disabled

Posted on 2008-10-07
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Dear Experts,

I need to find a way to allow Internet access through our corporate internet connection when split tunneling is disabled.  Currently split tunneling is enabled and users that are connected to the vpn are able to access the internet (through their own ISP) and access corporate resources.
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If split tunneling is disabled, then they will be using the office for Internet connectivity, so  you need to make sure that they have the proper DNS and gateways setup.


I hope this helps !
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