Symptom: If the access-list has inactive entries [i.e. an access-list entry is disabled through ASDM - show access-list | include inactive], they are sent as part of the client-side firewall or split-tunneling rules. Conditions: For client-side firewall rules: - ASA is configured as SSLVPN / IKEv2 server, and AnyConnect clients connect to the ASA.

So all the configuration is done at the VPN head-end, which is usually Cisco ASA nowadays if we speak about Cisco Systems. Also the client is usually Cisco AnyConnect now. Previously it was also Cisco VPN Client, but it is End of Life and End of Support today. Split tunneling in remote access VPN is realized usually by authorization process. Split tunneling - Wikipedia Split tunneling is a computer networking concept which allows a user to access dissimilar security domains like a public network (e.g., the Internet) and a local LAN or WAN at the same time, using the same or different network connections. This connection state is usually facilitated through the simultaneous use of a Local Area Network (LAN) Network Interface Card (NIC), radio NIC, Wireless MicroNugget: What is Split Tunneling with Virtual Private Oct 23, 2012

Split tunnel allows for VPN connectivity to a remote network across a secure tunnel but also allows for local LAN access. There are a few security concerns with allowing the use of split-tunneling but is an option. To configure a split-tunnel list, we will create an Extended Access Control List.

Umbrella Roaming Client: Compatibility Guide for Software ¥ F5 VPN Split Tunneling with split-dns appears in the form of the "DNS Address Space" setting. When active, this spins up F5's own DNS proxy which conflicts with the roaming client. The symptom is a failure to resolve A-records while the VPN is active. See the following image for a working configuration.

Always On VPN Split vs. Force Tunneling | Richard M. Hicks

Cisco VPN client with split-tunneling is not working When I setup an access-list for split tunneling and add the commands for the group-policy, I can VPN in, BUT, I cannot get to any internal systems, but I CAN browse the Internet. The code attached is the un-changed code that works with the Cisco VPN client but without Internet browsing and no split-tunnel active. When I add the commands of Client VPN split tunneling - The Meraki Community