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cisco VPN connects and accesses internal servers but not internet


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hi,

I have leopard 10.5.1 and cisco VPN client 4.9.01 (0100). I can connect ok to my office and access web based servers in the lan using their ip addresses but i can not access the internet.

I don't want to tunnel through the VPN for internet access but use direct connection from the MBP that is already established. On my previous windows laptop this worked, the VPN just seemed to route any traffic destined for the office lan (ie internal lan ip address) down the VPN and all other traffic (such as browsing, IM clients, online backup) directly to the internet connection ie Wifi or 3g card.

Does anybody know how to configure this?

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