I tried tracert
with the VPN Policy Manager running and not running but it does not change. I can always surf the internet, my major problem is the wireless connection that it is not working since I installed SSH sentinel (TM) version 1.4 (build 137).
I presume that I have no choice then unistall the SSH sentinel SW.
Thanks for your help.
"Jeff Liebermann" ha scritto nel messaggio news: email@example.com... | On Fri, 26 Aug 2005 17:42:23 GMT, "Netadict \\(home\\)" | wrote: | | >One more question, why the wireless connection does not work if I disable | >the SSH network? | | I don't know. If you disable the VPN or SSH shim, or set it to pass | through, it should allow connections to the internet. Maybe it would | be helpful if you would disclose the vendor, product name, and | version? | | Try this simple experiment. | start -> run -> cmd | tracert
| | Try the above with the VPN running and without the VPN running. Where | do the packets try to go? If they're going to the corporate LAN, then | there's probably another layer of security inside the corporate LAN | that needs to be dealt with before you can go out to the internet. If | the packet try to go via the corporate LAN through the VPN, even with | the VPN disabled, then you have *NOT*
disabled the VPN or SSH client. | | You can also get a clue where packets are going by dumping the route | table. | route -print | more | However, you might have some difficulties interpreting the numbers. | If the routeing table does NOT change when you are disabling the VPN | or SSH client, then you're doing something wrong. | | Also, when you connect via the VPN, you will be assigned a new IP | address that is routed to the corporate LAN. Run: | ipconfig | and see where it's going. Note the default route value. If the | default route points to the corporate LAN, that's where you're going | to get your internet access. If it points to your router, then you | should be able to browse the internet normally. | | | | -- | # Jeff Liebermann 150 Felker St #D Santa Cruz CA 95060 | # 831.336.2558 voice
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