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Webpage that requires specific IP address range - split tunnel VPN

Posted on 2013-11-12
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Hi all,

We have a split tunnel VPN solution that allows remote working users to go through our infrastructure for access to mail and file servers but if they use the internet it is just direct from their PC.

We have a web service (third party) that needed us to specify the IP address range to allow access which works great from our network but because of the split tunnelling does not work when remote users are on the VPN as their internet traffic is going out from wherever they are.

Can anyone recommend a solution I should look at?

Kind Regards,

Kevin.
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You just need to modify the split tunnel acl, nat and also specify the traffic to your web server (ip address)  to pass through the tunnell
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Many thanks Akinsd
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My pleasure
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