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    ETTYDRORI Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Dec 13, 2006, 02:33 PM
    Connection to 2 network at once (wireless)
    Hi,
    I'm using wireless network at home, and need to connect using Cisco VPN client, into 2 networks. Should I try the solution you gave using another NIC installed on my laptop ? Is this NIC should have wireless access or should it use the same internet access I already using ?
    Thanks

    Refer to https://www.askmehelpdesk.com/advice/t-19057.html
    They say that using another NIC is possible to connect to 2 networks in parallel. My question is how to do it if I work with Wireless??
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    Dec 13, 2006, 08:48 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by ETTYDRORI
    Hi,
    I'm using wireless network at home, and need to connect using Cisco VPN client, into 2 networks. Should I try the solution you gave using another NIC installed on my laptop ? is this NIC should have wireless access or should it use the same internet access I already using ?
    Thanks
    I use a Cisco VPN Client also and to my knowledge the limitation is with the software itself... I don't believe it will allow you to run more than one instance of it. Please let me know if you find out different.

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    Dec 14, 2006, 05:11 AM
    The best thing to do is speak with your IT organization and ask them to enable Split Tunneling for your client. This will enable you access to your local network (for printing and such) while allowing you access to your corporate network.

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