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I have Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client install to connect to my VPN network to access the applications of my company.
Also my PC is configured for the company proxy access via VPN to access Internet Websites through company proxy.

I would like to bypass proxy access for a particular URL & not go through the Cisco AnyConnect Secure VPN.

It can be achieved by making changes in the PAC file to bypass the URL access.
But that has to make changes centrally.

Would like to know is there any other way by which we will be able to bypass the proxy & VPN.
Is there any settings at Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client level not to send the traffic via VPN & bypass proxy..
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by:Istvan Kalmar
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Hi,

If you using clientless VPN you able to do it without sending traffic via VPN tunnel!
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how to do it
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it does not address my query.
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by:Istvan Kalmar
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Do you want to config split tunnel?

Please provide us your config
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I am not looking for Split tunnel.
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Thanks
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