I have manged to setup a windows native VPN connection to my FortiGate and also gain internet access via the VPN which is all great. However I was hoping by unticking "use default gateway on remote network" on the windows VPN interface it would then allow me to browse the internet and access local resources on the LAN I am connecting from. Unfortunately this does give me local internet and resource access back but I lose connection to the remote LAN behind the FortiGate VPN. Is it possible to have access to both via the windows VPN client?
I hope that makes sense and many thanks for your help
I notice the article also talks about this type of vpn "still being used" in a way that makes it seem as though there are better solutions. What do you feel is the best type of VPN that windows clients should be using in this day and age? I am happy to change if there is something that is considered faster/better. Its just the native windows vpn client is very convenient to set up.
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