About Split Tunneling Role Options
Figure 122 shows an unprotected network that contains the endpoint client and other unprotected resources, and a protected network that contains networks that can only be accessed through a VPN tunnel through Connect Secure.
Figure 122: Example Network Scenario
Before a VPN tunnel is created, there are three types of endpoint routes.
- Directly-connected subnet routes—Hosts on the directly-connected subnet can be reached without forwarding through a router. The ability to access these hosts is defined as local subnet access. 192.168.0.0/24 is an example of a directly-connected subnet route.
- Indirectly-connected subnet routes—These routes that have an explicit non-direct entry in the route table. Traffic must go through a router. 10.10.0.0/24 is an example of an indirectly-connected subnet route.
- Default route—this route if the destination is neither a direct-connected or indirect-connected subnet route. 0.0.0.0 is an example of a default route.