> -----Original Message-----
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of
> Jonathan T. Sage
> Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2004 8:51 PM
> To: Eric Crist
> Subject: Re: [OT] VPN issues with some windows users...
> Eric Crist wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > I'm sorry this is a bit off-topic, but you're the only truly
> > knowledgable group I know. ;)  Some fellow users and I have been
> > having some issues connecting to a Cisco VPN system with
> the built-in
> > windows VPN software.  While successfully connected to the internet
> > (at home, for example), I connect to the remote VPN.  Instantly, my
> > internet connectivity seems to be lost, but I can use the VPN
> > perfectly fine.  As soon as I disconnect, my internet
> connectivity is
> > completely restored. I have a second VPN I connect to using V-One's
> > SmartPass software, and I have no issues (i.e. everything works
> > perfectly, including my 'net connection).
> >
> > Anyone have any ideas?
> probably (although not definatally) is related to a
> misconfigured router
> on the cisco VPN not allowing internet traffic out.  this might be
> intentional too.  I run a very small vpn, and in order to keep
> connection times down (my user base is um....  well then) i have
> configured to not allow any traffic other than directly to
> the machine
> that hosts the vpn.
> dunno if this helps much, but might give you a starting point.


Thanks for the quick reply.  I'm not trying to access the internet
through this VPN, I want to access the internet through my own internet
connection, and have only the VPN traffic try to use the VPN tunnel.
The SmartPass VPN connection resides just fine without interfering with
my connection.  This is what I'm hoping for.

Does this make sense?


Eric F Crist
Best Access Systems
11300 Rupp Dr. Burnsville, MN 55337
Phone: 952.894.3830
Cell: 612.998.3588
Fax: 952-894-1990

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