Thanks for looking.
I am remotely doing some development work for a client and need to use their VPN to connect to their database and TFS server.
The VPN client is Cisco AnyConnect and I am told it uses a split tunnel.
I cannot connect to their public website when I am logged into their VPN. I can still connect to any other website I wish.
This is a problem because to test the web application I am building for them, I need to be on their VPN so that I can access their database. At the same time, I need to be able to access their website because there are hundreds of product images that are sourced from it. In other words, I have to be able to display an image at "www.foo.com/images/someProductId.jpg" but can't because of the VPN issue.
Oddly, I was able to access their site while on VPN earlier today, but after logging off of the VPN for lunch and then back in, I now can't access their site again.
Is there a way for me to force any request for their public website to be made outside of the VPN tunnel?