I've had to setup the CISCO anyconnect to work with a client's LAN but it also stops me from working with my LAN. It seems to me that it should be no more than a change in IP tables to fix that but I simply have never done that before.
Attached is an image that shows exactly how it changed my IP tables using Meld (a gui diff viewer) and the added lines in green on the right are the ones that the anyconnect software added.
Could someone give me the commands I need to issue to make this work. Ideally I would only like traffic to specific IP addresses to make it to the VPN tunnel and all other traffic to simply route as it would without the VPN running.
For obvious reasons I blanked out the client's IP address(es).
BTW, an alternative would be to use openconnect but in my currently running version of Linux there is no GUI for it and I'm not exactly sure how to set it up as is just yet but I am looking to that as an option as well.