Problem VPN Split-Tunneling

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L1 Bithead

Re: Problem VPN Split-Tunneling

We are using 2 injected routes - they were summarized to network 128.0.0.0 128.0.0.0 :-).

Workaround  - in the vpnc we have  configured to ignore routes sent by PA, and manually added routes (without setting default route (only net/mask)).

And it works :-)

I think the same option is possible in Shrew client

L5 Sessionator

Re: Problem VPN Split-Tunneling

We support only GP client with Windows and MAC OS. We do not officially support the Cisco VPN Client.

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Re: Problem VPN Split-Tunneling

Hi.

Thank you Jacek. Finally I've created a shell script using vpnc command to connect and add the routes. It works.

In my opinion, PaloAlto should offer a solution for GlobalProtect VPN on Linux platforms, in case they want to take advantage over their competitors.

Bye!

L1 Bithead
L2 Linker

Re: Problem VPN Split-Tunneling

Hello Jacek,

Have you tried testing VPNC client against Cisco 2900s vpn ? Do you need to manually add routes to VPNC client for split tunneling to work ? or it was just needed while using VPNC clients against PAN FWs ?

Thanks!!

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