My question is related to this: How to force split tunnel routing on Mac to a Cisco VPN
I am having though a bit of hard time figuring out what to do. The problem I have is that, after I connect to the VPN, the internet becomes much slower (the cisco client has been configured with split-tunnel I think). I am not too sure if all my internet traffic goes to the vpn server and back. Someone asked this question: Cisco VPN Client - External URL are tracked?, however, it's not clear to me whether the traffic is logged or not by the company. Every time I access a page the statistics for the cisco client changes. Does it mean that my network traffic reaches the vpn server and is logged?
Using the Network Utility, netstat displays a lot of connections established through the utun0 which is the interface created by the vpn client.
I also noticed that cisco vpn client has added all sorts of rules to the list (viewable via sudo ipfw list). There are ip addresses in the list that I don't know what they are. The interesting thing is that I don't see anymore the ip addresses of the servers that I have access to.
So, I want my internet speed to get back to the way it was and I want only the requests to the internal servers I have access to to go to the VPN server.
Is this achievable? Let me know if there is more information that I should provide.