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Old 09-01-2012, 10:11 PM   #1
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LXer: IPSEC split tunneling VPN with Mac OSX and Strongswan 5 on Centos/RHEL 6

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In my previous post i described how to setup an IPSEC VPN for use with Iphone, Ipad and Mac OSX IPSEC VPN clients.This post describes how to enable split tunneling which is supported by the Mac OSX IPSEC client. Although split tunneling is considered insecure there are cases where it is ideal to run split tunnels.The scenario for this post is that you are connected to a LAN ( with internet access via a gateway on the LAN, you want to connect to a different network which is only accessible via VPN, but you want to retain access to resources on the LAN while accessing the remote network.



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