Cisco Anyconnect Routing Table

  1. Change Windows Routing Table
  2. Cisco Anyconnect Routing Table For Excel

CISCO VPN Messing with Routing Tables

IPv4 Routing Table; IPv6 Routing Table; Session Logs. From the Applications folder, click the AnyConnect VPN icon to open the user interface. A new pane labeled Cisco Anyconnect VPN Client will pop up. Select Connection log. From the Applications folder. I ran into this last week when a manufacturer needed to add Cisco AnyConnect (Cisco’s remote access VPN client) functionality to a Cisco ASA. This particular manufacturer did not manage their corporate WAN so they really didn’t want to have to request a new subnet be added to the enterprise routing table. Mar 22, 2021 Make sure the AnyConnect installation directory (C: Program Files (x86) Cisco for Windows or /opt/cisco for macOS) is trusted and/or in the allowed/exclusion/trusted lists for endpoint antivirus, antimalware, antispyware, data loss prevention, privilege manager, or group policy objects.

Cisco Anyconnect Routing Table

Change Windows Routing Table

Cisco Anyconnect Routing Table

CISCO VPN Messing with Routing Tables

Cisco Anyconnect Routing Table For Excel

I have a CISCO 2811 using VPN Client 5.0.01.0600 and for the most part it works fine. The problem comes in wit local LAN printers. Some of my virtual office employees have WiFi printers and when the VPN is connected they can not see them.
I found that the problem is that the VPN client messes with the routing tables and redirects the local LAN to the VPN gateway. I can fix this with a simple ROUTE DELETE 10.100.1.0 but I do not want to do it this way be cause I would have to run an additional script on each computer.
Is there a way to setup the CISCO Router to configure the routeing tables properly or atleaste to setup routes for the local printers. I want to do this right and deleteing a network from the routeing tables does not seem right.
Jim