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Old June 1, 2010, 01:26 PM
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Yeah, I guess it depends on how your client handles your traffic. If it tunnels all outbound traffic to the remote network then you won't be able to access machines on your local network (unless the network you're tunneling to somehow has access to your local network). If it sets up the tunnel as just another network (for example, Forticlient does this), then you can have as many connections as you want and be able to access all available network resources. I still don't know too too much about VPN, but that's what I gather anyway, from what I've seen.
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