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[VPN] Force VPN traffic Sep 18 2006 12:52PM
Aaron none (aaronfmd yahoo com) (1 replies)
[VPN] Re: Force VPN traffic Sep 18 2006 09:39PM
Meidinger Chris (chris meidinger badenIT de)

Hi Aaron,

what kind of proxy are you using at work? Are you socksifying everything?

Or do you mean that you want to route stuff over work, without actually proxying it?

Chris

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From: vpn-bounces+chris.meidinger=badenit.de (at) lists.shmoo (dot) com [email concealed] on behalf of Aaron none
Sent: Mon 18-Sep-06 14:52
To: vpn (at) lists.shmoo (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: [VPN] Force VPN traffic

I am a home user trying to route all of my traffic thru my work proxy.
I use IPSEC VPN and connect without any problems to work. While I'm
connected, everything works fine and all of my traffic (Not just port
80 or http, it includes pop, games, etc.) goes thru the work proxy.
The problem is when my internet connection resets every 15 minutes or
so, the VPN drops and a dialogue pops up asking me if I want to
reconnect to the VPN. If I'm sitting there, I just reconnect, but if
I'm away, all of my traffic goes straight to the internet without going
through the proxy. I'm trying to deal with my ISP to get a workaround
for the internet disconnecting. In the meantime, what can I do? I
want to prevent my computer from using the non VPN IP when I'm away.
I'm using Comcast Cable internet, Win XP SP2, and a linksys router, and
the Windows built in dialer for connecting to the VPN. Is there a
third party VPN client that could redial without the dialogue box, or
can I disable the one that the Windows dialer uses? Is there another
way to force my computer to not use the non Proxy IP? Thanks for your
help.

aaron


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<P><FONT SIZE=2>Hi Aaron,<BR>
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what kind of proxy are you using at work? Are you socksifying everything?<BR>
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Or do you mean that you want to route stuff over work, without actually proxying it?<BR>
<BR>
Chris<BR>
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-----Original Message-----<BR>
From: vpn-bounces+chris.meidinger=badenit.de (at) lists.shmoo (dot) com [email concealed] on behalf of Aaron none<BR>
Sent: Mon 18-Sep-06 14:52<BR>
To: vpn (at) lists.shmoo (dot) com [email concealed]<BR>
Subject: [VPN] Force VPN traffic<BR>
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 I am a home user trying to route all of my traffic thru my work proxy.<BR>
 I use IPSEC VPN and connect without any problems to work. While I'm<BR>
 connected, everything works fine and all of my traffic (Not just port<BR>
 80 or http, it includes pop, games, etc.) goes thru the work proxy.<BR>
 The problem is when my internet connection resets every 15 minutes or<BR>
 so, the VPN drops and a dialogue pops up asking me if I want to<BR>
 reconnect to the VPN. If I'm sitting there, I just reconnect, but if<BR>
 I'm away, all of my traffic goes straight to the internet without going<BR>
 through the proxy. I'm trying to deal with my ISP to get a workaround<BR>
 for the internet disconnecting. In the meantime, what can I do? I<BR>
 want to prevent my computer from using the non VPN IP when I'm away.<BR>
 I'm using Comcast Cable internet, Win XP SP2, and a linksys router, and<BR>
 the Windows built in dialer for connecting to the VPN. Is there a<BR>
 third party VPN client that could redial without the dialogue box, or<BR>
 can I disable the one that the Windows dialer uses? Is there another<BR>
 way to force my computer to not use the non Proxy IP? Thanks for your<BR>
 help.<BR>
<BR>
 aaron<BR>
<BR>
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