You can change the way the SSL VPN client tunnel responds when the remote user logs in to SSL VPN.

1

Log in to vCloud Air and navigate to the vCloud Edge Gateway Services UI.

See Log In and Navigate to Advanced Networking Services for information.

2

Click the SSL VPN-Plus tab and Client Configuration.

3

Next to Client Configuration, click Change.

The Change Client Configuration dialog box appears.

4

Select the Tunneling Mode.

In split tunnel mode, only the VPN traffic flows through the edge gateway.

In full tunnel mode, the edge gateway becomes the remote user's default gateway and all traffic (VPN, local, and Internet) flows through the edge gateway.

5

If you selected full tunnel mode, specify the following options:

a

To exclude local traffic from flowing through the VPN tunnel, select Exclude local subnets .

b

Type the IP address for the default gateway of the remote user's system.

6

To automatically reconnect remote users to the SSL VPN client when they get disconnected, select Enable auto reconnect.

7

To send remote users notices when an upgrade for the client is available, select Client upgrade notification.

Remote users can choose to install the upgrade.

8

Click OK.

If necessary, scripts to control the way that remote users log in to and log out of the SSL VPN client tunnel. See Add a Script.