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Citrix vpn intranet IP assignment shows dns 10.0.0.1


Alfredo Vazquez

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Hello,

I have configured cisco vpn with split tunneling, configured Intranet IP assignment and when connected on my laptop I get a internal network address. I run cmd-> ipconfig /all and shows a citrix virtual adapter with an ip address from the pool I created but the dns shows as 10.0.0.1 which I can't find where is coming from and should be showing my internal dns servers instead. 

Do you have any ideas where is this dns 10.0.0.1 coming from and is there a way to tell citrix vpn to use my dns servers instead? I checked my name servers and they show correctly and configured on the session profile -> Network configuration -> DNS virtual server.

Please advice

 

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5 hours ago, Alfredo Vazquez said:

Hello,

I have configured cisco vpn with split tunneling, configured Intranet IP assignment and when connected on my laptop I get a internal network address. I run cmd-> ipconfig /all and shows a citrix virtual adapter with an ip address from the pool I created but the dns shows as 10.0.0.1 which I can't find where is coming from and should be showing my internal dns servers instead. 

Do you have any ideas where is this dns 10.0.0.1 coming from and is there a way to tell citrix vpn to use my dns servers instead? I checked my name servers and they show correctly and configured on the session profile -> Network configuration -> DNS virtual server.

Please advice

 

 

I don't know much about Cisco VPN.

In Citrix VPN's session policy there is a setting about split DNS. Usually, if you set up a VPN, all traffic will flow into this VPN, so your local DNS is out of reach. This may change if you enable split tunnelling (or reverse split tunnelling), as split tunnelling allows access to the local network. In this case, it makes sense to either use the remote, the local or both DNS servers.

The respective settings are:

Network Configuration -> DNS: set a DNS server to be used during VPN sessions

Client Experience -> Advanced settings -> Split DNS: Which DNS to use (Both, Local, Remote)

Greetings from snowy Austria

Johannes Norz

CTA, CCI, CCE-N
https://blog.norz.at

https://www.wonderkitchen.network
 

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