Check this link to view the same problem, the one there provided a solution for vpn connect 6.3 only.
I am trying to access a remote location via VPN from a PC, i am using network connect client Version 6.4, still i need to be able to access the local network from the same PC. Unfortunately, juniper will forbid me to send/receive any packets from my LAN by overriding all the XP internal routes: route print shows me that access to all networks is done via the VPN interface (virtual network interface) with lower metric. More than this, it monitor the routes, so i am not able to change routes, or metrics.
Am i missing something ? How can i achieve access LAN while connected to VPN. BTW, even if i had 2,3 network interfaces, the same problem is still there, all the routes will be overriden by the VPN client.
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This needs to be done by an administrator on the SSL VPN itself, not your client.
You need to enable split tunneling for Network Connect.
You can find the Split Tunneling Options in the Network Connect Options of the role. The simplest of the Split Tunneling Options is "Allow access to local subnet." This option automatically allows access to the local subnet without any additional configuration. The other Split Tunneling Options require to define which networks should be tunneled and which should not.
Where i can find "connect options of the role", i am completely new to juniper in general, i just got my juniper vpn client yestedray. In network Connect client application adavanced view, i can see several tabs: Session, Logs, Information, Diagnostic, and performance. None of these tabs allow me to change anything.
Is this option on the other side of the VPN ? (the other side here is another company), what should i ask them to do, and do from my side to be able to access my network !
Thanks, i will notify them.