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What's the name for a Cisco VPN tunnel that let's you see other networks?

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Type 1 -  With some of my client VPN servers, I connect to the server and that's it.  All I can see is my laptop and my client's network.
Type 2 -  With some of my other client's VPN servers, I connect to the server and I can still see the rest of the world, including the internet, my office network, everything.

What's the name for type 2 VPN?  A holey tunnel?  A porous tunnel?  A branched tunnel?  A leaky tunnel?
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Split-tunnel.
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