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I have VPN connection to a third part network and when i try to connect to my local network application i cannot access. somebody suggested to add a route to route table. I am new to it. Can somebody help me in getting this setup. I appreciate it.

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could you post what you have in your route table (command route on linux or route PRINT on windows – laurent Mar 29 '11 at 19:54

What kind of OS are you using? Windows-mac-Linux... What kind of vpn are you using? pptp-cisco-fortigate... Why is routing the problem?

My guess is DNS: When VPN is connected the problem is often connecting to names rather than IP-adresses. This could be solved by adding the local DNS server to the vpn interface or editing the hosts-file (not recommended)

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Window Vista and its Cisco vpn client – Kam Mar 29 '11 at 20:23
    
1: Get the IP-address of your VPN interface (ex:10.22.22.222) 2:Get the subnet of the network you are trying to reach (ex:10.22.23.0/24) 3: Enter the following in the command prompt: add route 10.22.23.0 mask 255.255.255.0 10.22.22.222 – Marius Mar 29 '11 at 20:52

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