SonicWall Netextender Routing

I'm new to this so i will try my best to explain.  We have seveal users all over the country using netextender for vpn access. Currently depending oh what hotel chain they stay in, netextender will connect, but Outlook, Citrix, ect.  are unable to connect. The problem seems to be that the hotel is using the same ip addresses that we are.  For example outlook will look for the exchange server on the hotel's network instead of ours.  Is there any way to correct this, besides turning on Tunnel All Traffice
lee_williamsAsked:
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willbaclimonConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Disable Split Tunneling
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Rick_at_ptscintiCommented:
Sounds like you are using 192.168.0 or 1.  

I would definitely change the network you are using for the VPN client.  Using a 10.x.x.x address should have a lot less conflicts.
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lee_williamsAuthor Commented:
Is the Split Tunneling the same as Tunnel All Traffic, if so i'm trying to avoid sending internet traffic through the vpn.  I'm also unable to find anything called split tunneling in the sonciwall config.
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lee_williamsAuthor Commented:
We are currently using a 10.x.x.x address
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digitapConnect With a Mentor Commented:
split tunnel means you are allowing a connected host to access the local network and access network resources over the VPN simultaneously.  tunnel all means that during the vpn session, they do NOT have access to local network resources.  what this means is they will only have access to network resources over the VPN and will NOT have Internet access.  you can enable Internet in a tunnel all solution, but it requires some configuration changes on the sonicwall.

i'd agree with Rick.  choose a subnet that isn't common, but from your last post, sounds like that's what you are doing.  tunnel all is then the advisable solution from that stand point.
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