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Split Tunnel

Hi Everyone,

Can someone help how to do split tunnel. I want to force the traffic of the VPN user to use their local internet provider when connected to the VPN tunnel so it will not consume the bandwidth of the company.

Thanks

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Collaborator

Split tunneling is enabled by default. you don't have to do anything.

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Yeah Correct. Split tunneling is enabled by default for remote VPN users. You need to enable setting if you don't want split tunneling but by default it is enabled.

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Hello Juan,

The configuration is done in Global Properties. It is enabled by default. Configure the option "Route all traffic to gateway" to "No".

You can also set it to "Configured on endpoint client", so the user can route everything through gateway to be safer when needed.

Configure split tunnel

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Advisor

Hi All,

How to add a route in the routing table of the Remote Access VPN user?
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Hi Sanjay_S,

What's your final goal: to forward traffic to encryption domain or to exclude some traffic from encryption domain?

Are you working in hub mode when all traffic is routed to gateway or in regular mode (split tunnel) when non-encryption domain traffic is not routed to gateway?

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Hi AndreiR,
We are using Split tunnel mode. My goal is to add an additional subnet in the route table of the user machine when connected to Checkpoint endpoint security for a subnet and that should be routed towards Gateway.
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Hi @Sanjay_S ,

You may manually define VPN domain. Open Smart Console, open properties for specific gateway, go to Network Management –> VPN Domain. There you can select "Manual defined" and specify VPN domain using predefined network objects.

Hope that helps.