RE: basic VPN question

From: Tod Hegstrom (THegstrom_at_POSTINT.COM)
Date: 03/22/05

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    If you do what you are suggesting, aren't you establishing a dual tunnel?

    Doesn't this then create a hacker route around the corporate firewalls that are in place to protect you?

    >>> "Stephane Auger" <> 03/22/05 04:31AM >>>
     You go in the Properties of the VPN connection client, and then go on
    the Networking tab. Choose TCP/IP Properties, click on the Advanced...
    button. UNcheck the use default gateway on remote network.

    That'll create routes so that the only traffic going through the VPN is
    the remote LAN traffic.



    -----Original Message-----
    From: Bruyere, Michel []
    Sent: March 21, 2005 9:46 AM
    Subject: OT:basic VPN question

            I've setup a VPN from work to my home and I would like to avoid
    to use the VPN to browse the internet. It runs Win2k3 server.

    Is there a way to pass through the VPN only for the "remote LAN"

    And use the local internet to browse?


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