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How to route VPN traffic selectively?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Chidsuey, Sep 24, 2019.

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  1. Chidsuey

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    I have to use Pulse Secure VPN and Remote Desktop Connection for my work from my home computer, but the VPN slows down my much faster local internet connection. How do I set it up so that the VPN is only used for the RDC traffic, and nothing else on my system? Thanks!
     
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    There's nothing you can do. The routing policies are configured at the VPN server and pushed down to the remote client when you connect. I suspect the slow down you're seeing in Internet access is due to all traffic being routed through your corporate network. Depending on how many users are connected to the VPN concentrator and how much bandwidth each user is pulling, will affect your performance as what you do will affect theirs.
     
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