I have a coffee shop around the corner that I use to do some work when I want to get away from home. They offer free wi-fi and I then use my Mac 10.6 VPN to log into my work network. I have "Send all traffic over VPN connection" checked.
Before, their network was 10.0.0.x. I think they got a new router because it's now 192.168.2.x
However, this interferes with one of the subnets at work so now I can't visit 192.168.2.x at work.
1) Office network: VPN gives IPs as 192.168.1.x. Another network is 192.168.2.x
2) Coffee network: Gives IPs as 192.168.2.x
I think if I set a route to send all 2.x traffic over the tunnel, it would blow up my routing to their system, right?
What should I do? I know the individual IPs of the servers I want... Maybe I could add each one, or can I add all of them minus the default gateway of their router? How do I set that up "temporarily" in my Mac?