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Dear networkers,

i have a small problem for which i maybe need not this full-featured firewall.

i have a windows XP SP3 PC here (VPN-PC) with a Cisco VPN-Client installed and a tunnel to a network with subnet-addresses

The local network-address of the network-adapter is one of the subnet

All other PC's on the network have their default router set to and have access to the internet.

The VPN-PC itself has via a split tunnel access to the local ressources, too.

And of course via the VPN-Adapter to the network.

Because of limited connections in the destination network ( i cannot install more than this one VPN-Client installed on the VPN-PC.

So i ask you now, whether the winroute software installed on the VPN-PC can route just THIS ONE ROUTE, when pc's from local network want to contact the network???

On all the other pc's of the network i would add a static route like this:

"route add mask VPN-PC"

So, a request for a machine with ip-address should be given to VPN-PC.

And the Winroute-Software should take these packets and send them via the cisco vpn-client-adapter to the machine and the answers from back to the originating pc.

Can WinRoute do JUST THIS ONE THING and not any Other ??
Because any other traffic inside and outside func perfectly.

I hope, you can help.

If this can put to a running state, i would buy WinRoute any way.

Thank you all for your help,

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