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02-07-2010, 06:04 AM
What is split tunneling???
and what is reverse route injection???
thnx in advance.....
02-07-2010, 06:30 AM
Split tunneling is mainly used when a VPN to a site. Their LAN connection goes over the VPN, but the WAN pass straight out to the internet. This stops the VPN slowing and being a bottle neck.
There are four ways that RRI can be used:
VPN Software Clients inject their assigned IP address as hosts routes.
A VPN 3002 Hardware Client connects using Network Extension Mode (NEM) and injects its protected network address. (Note that a VPN 3002 Hardware Client in in Port Address Translation (PAT) mode is treated just like a VPN Client.)
LAN-to-LAN remote network definitions are the injected routes. (This can be a single network or network list.)
RRI provides a hold-down route for VPN Client pools.
02-07-2010, 07:22 AM
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