For sure is a route issue, and could be changed from the command line, but the point here is that most of our customers couldn’t (because of lack of administrative privileges) and even wouldn`t want to do that job.
Routes are modified by the VPN client when connects to the concentrator.
I am looking for a solution where the customer needs no additional configuration to be done by him and/or by the net admin at the concentrator’s site.
Imagine my frustration when a customer told me that he had to go to a Starbucks nearby in order to be able to connect to his office network because at the hotel was impossible to do it.
I am sure that many of us are using Zeroshell at a hotel-like enviroment, so my question is:
haven’t you challenge this problem with your customers using Cisco (or maybe another) VPN Client?
Do you have any thoughts in mind about modifying the authenticator behavior in order to cope this scenario?