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Users have access to local LAN resources when split-tunnel is disabled

Hello.

On a costumers VIA installation, we have configured VIA to NOT support split-tunnel.

This is a conscious  decision made by the customer.

Regardless, users are able to connect to local network resources when using VIA from home.

 

Anyone have seen this before and have any idea why VIA behaves this way even thou we have disabled split-tunnel, so ALL traffic should go through the tunnel

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Re: Users have access to local LAN resources when split-tunnel is disabled

I would check your configuration.

 


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