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 From:  Guy Boisvert <boisvert dot guy at videotron dot ca>
 Cc:  m0n0wall List <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] PPTP VPN
 Date:  Wed, 15 Nov 2006 00:19:46 -0500
Lonnie Abelbeck wrote:
> Guy,
> You should be able to do this, provided your PPTP client allows you to 
> choose to forward PPTP traffic ONLY to the Remote LAN.  (Mac OS X's 
> PPTP allows this, but is not the default).
> Your Remote LAN should be a unique private network address, if possible.
> Lonnie
> P.S: I'm not a PPTP guru either!
> On Nov 14, 2006, at 3:32 PM, Guy Boisvert wrote:
>> Hi!
>>    One of my client wants to have simultaneous access to internet 
>> (from his laptop) and a PPTP VPN i've set up.  I know that it's not a 
>> good practice but i have to do what they ask me to...  They told me 
>> "we did it with another IPSec VPN we have"... Is it possible to 
>> achieve the same thing with mOnO?
>> Resumé:
>> Laptop ---> LAN ---> Corp Firewall ---> [Internet] ---> mOnO ---> 
>> Remote LAN
>> User wants to acces simultaneously LAN / Internet  from his end & 
>> Remote LAN.
>> Thanks!
>> Guy Boisvert
>> P.S.: As you can see, i'm no PPTP guru !
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Thanks Lonnie,

    Finally i checked the routing table in Winblows and i just typed a 
couple of route command and it worked.  Here are the commands, just in 
case it could be of interest for some other members of the list:

1) route delete
    The default route point to the PPTP ip address after connecting the 
VPN.  This command remove that.

2) route add mask [address_of_your_local_router]
    This command re-enter the default route to your local's router address.

3) route add mask
    In this case, i wanted the whole 10.x.x.x subnet to be routed to 
PPTP remote endpoint.

Thanks again!

Guy Boisvert