2 VPN, 2 Network Cards – 1 Computer

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Cisco VPN
Linksys Routers
Network cards
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VPN issue
Windows XP
Windows XP administration
Is it possible to have 2 VPN with 2 Network Cards on 1 computer and have them both dial out at the same time? - I have a Cisco and a Sonic VPN that both need to connect to 2 different companies at the same time - can I configure them to point to different network cards/cables to a linksys box to 1 modem? Windows XP Home edition.

Software/Hardware used:
Cisco VPN, Sonic VPN, Windows XP Home

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This probably will not work since a lot of VPNs do not permit split-tunneling where you can have access to other networks while connected to the private VPN. You will need to discuss your requirements with your VPN providers and see if they can support the configuration you are wanting. If you think about it, there’s risks to both companies if you can connect to both networks at the same time. Your computer could then be a conduit between networks. Your clients need to understand and agree to support this configuration.

Yes definitely it will be supported but for that u ll have to proper licences nd proper software iinstalled on ur desk top nd ur NIC would be same vendor .

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  • Hlx
    Not sure why you need to be online with both simultaneously but if it is just file sharing, you might consider creating a VM (or VMs) to access one of them. That way, you have connectivity to both sites without either being a split tunnel while still having access to your files using each machine. Not quite as seamless as what you originally asked about but perhaps accomplishes what you need.
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