> > My employer uses the Cisco VPN client to allow connections to the
> > company network at home. Luckily there is a linux client available.
> > However, I am having a problem when I connect to the company server
> > from my linux machine.
> > My computer also acts as a router for my local network using ip
> > masquerading (to share the cable modem with the wife).
> > My problem: Whenever I connect with the VPN client, my wife's computer
> > can no longer connect to the rest of the internet. Is there a way to
> > isolate the VPN traffic between my computer and my employer's while
> > still letting my wife's computer access the internet?
> I guess your VPN client is blocking the outside internet access while
> you connect
> to your office network.
> Most of the VPN clients do that, otherwise if someone cracks into your
> home network
> he will get access to your office network also. To solve this security
> loophole your VPN
> client will block your internet connetion while you are connected to
> > S. Mazzola
The cisco VPN client software is distributed as source code for linux.
It creates a module specific to the kernel version. Is there some
system call I should look for in the code to track down a way around