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hi please help me:

one client given me cisco VPN configureation to install cisco client software to my desktop and and given me login credentials and fill all these things and it connected burt my problem is that i am not able to access resoureses of my network and I mean i am not able to access anything accept only their software. I request you to give me solutions so that I can access both. I mean vpn connection as well as my own network resourses.

After connection of VPN my lan so ip--10.20.1.10
my network is --192.168.0.33

Please give me solutions so that in one time able to access both.

Regards
Sanjeev
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did they allow u to access their services or program after connect? i think they need to provide you the access after successfully connected to vpn
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can you receive their resources??
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by:Sanjeev jha
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Yes able to access their resources but not able to access my network resources.

I think they have not given me access of my network that's why i am not able to access my lan .
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by:tankergoblin
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when you disconnect their vpn can u access to you resources
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by:Sanjeev jha
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Yes then easily access all my network resources.
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by:tankergoblin
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i think they set their vpn to site to site  tunneling. ifu need to access their resources and their resources u need to change the vpn setting to split tunnel.
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the vpn has to change via their firewall cannot change thru vpn client
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If I understand correctly then Unless Split tunnel I would not able to access both, their as well as mine.
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