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My company just switched our VPN to a token based authentication using the Cisco AnyConnect. However it is routing all traffic across the VPN. Is there a way I can route only the RDP traffic across the VPN and let everything else use a non-tunneled connection? Maybe with netsh? I am running Vista 64bit.

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Possible options to use:

  • ACL (access lists) on the router
  • I suppose you have a firewall behind it, only accept RDP for these incoming connections.
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Let me clarify. How can I tell the machine I am on to only send the RDP that I initiate on the machine to use the VPN and send all other traffic on the non-tunnel. The way the VPN software is set up, I cannot reach anything in my LAN with the VPN connected. – John Dec 13 '12 at 20:22
Your current config is a FULL TUNNEL sslvpn setup you should setup SPLIT TUNNEL sslvpn setup maybe this could help… – MrLightBulp Dec 13 '12 at 20:23

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