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en:vpn [2017-03-10 12:14]
robert [Support]
en:vpn [2018-05-18 13:57]
cr
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 **VPN in tunnel mode** -- works with any university services. Because this method works with all services, **we recommend that you use this method**, if possible. Follow the instructions via this link: **VPN in tunnel mode** -- works with any university services. Because this method works with all services, **we recommend that you use this method**, if possible. Follow the instructions via this link:
   * https://​luservicedesk.service-now.com/​support/?​id=search_swe&​t=&​q=vpn&​search=   * https://​luservicedesk.service-now.com/​support/?​id=search_swe&​t=&​q=vpn&​search=
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 +==== I do not want all network traffic to pass the VPN tunnel when connected. What can I do? ====
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 +Normally, all network traffic is sent through the VPN tunnel when connected. This is because the university has a number of externally hosted services (i.e. subscription services) that require an LU ip number. Therefore, the default configuration is to pass all network traffic through the VPN tunnel when VPN is active.
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 +If you do not want this behavior, please contact [[LTH Support]] with your request, and we will help you change the VPN configuration of your computer.
  
  
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 When you use VPN in tunnel mode, you typically get an IP address in the ''​vpn.lu.se''​ series. This works well for most people'​s needs, and provides access to all the services mentioned above, and more. When you use VPN in tunnel mode, you typically get an IP address in the ''​vpn.lu.se''​ series. This works well for most people'​s needs, and provides access to all the services mentioned above, and more.
  
-If you instead, when connecting with VPN, need to have assigned a particular IP address in the right range for your office or your department, then this is a service that you in advance can request from [[Helpdesk]]. If you do not know if you need such a specific IP address, you probably do not need it. +If you instead, when connecting with VPN, need to have assigned a particular IP address in the right range for your office or your department, then this is a service that you in advance can request from [[LTH Support]]. If you do not know if you need such a specific IP address, you probably do not need it. 
   * To use this special mode, you will have to install the software **"​Forticlient"​**. On the computers we manage this can be done via **[[Software center]]**.   * To use this special mode, you will have to install the software **"​Forticlient"​**. On the computers we manage this can be done via **[[Software center]]**.
  
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 [[LDC]] has the responsibility for Lund University'​s VPN service. Therefore, it is to the LDC [[ServiceDesk]] on the phone **046-2229000** (telephone number ''​+46462229000''​ from abroad) you should turn if you have problems with the VPN service. [[LDC]] has the responsibility for Lund University'​s VPN service. Therefore, it is to the LDC [[ServiceDesk]] on the phone **046-2229000** (telephone number ''​+46462229000''​ from abroad) you should turn if you have problems with the VPN service.
  
-=== Information to advanced users === +
-If you have administration rights on your computer you can run the following powershellscript to only send traffic intended for LU:s network over the VPN-connection. +
-<code powershell>​ +
-$ConnectionName = 'LU VPN' +
-$Conn = Get-VpnConnection -Name $ConnectionName -AllUserConnection +
-$Conn.SplitTunneling = $true +
-$Conn | Set-VpnConnection +
-Add-VpnConnectionRoute -ConnectionName $ConnectionName -DestinationPrefix 130.235.0.0/​16 +
-</​code>​+
 ==== Error Reporting ==== ==== Error Reporting ====
  
 Operating status and any general problems with the VPN service are normally reported at the LDC operational page  Operating status and any general problems with the VPN service are normally reported at the LDC operational page 
 at the address http://​support.lu.se. at the address http://​support.lu.se.
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