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FAQ-USG 2000 client routing mode's difference when applying ssl vpn network extension

Publication Date:  2013-02-05  |   Views:  180  |   Downloads:  0  |   Author:  y00192902  |   Document ID:  EKB1000024363

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Root Cause

Full tunnel
     In this mode, network resources that clients can originally access are completely shielded. Clients can then access only the resources in a remote intranet rather than the resources in the network of each client.
Split tunnel
     In this mode, the resources in the public network are shielded except the resources of the same network segment that the client originally access.
     When other resources such as resources in a public network are forwarded through a virtual network card, they are encapsulated with virtual IP addresses. Therefore, resources cannot be normally forwarded.
Manual tunnel
      In this mode, access authority for the remote intranet is supported. In addition, the network resources that clients can originally access are not affected after this mode is configured unless they conflict with the resources in the remote intranet

we can check the routes in windows cmd: route print


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