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Is it possible to have 2 wireless interfaces and have each interface connect to a different VPN over a MacPro?

Basically, I have a MacPro with 2 wireless interfaces. I connected to both wireless networks, and would like each network interface to be able to VPN to 2 different VPNs.

I was wondering if that was even possible. Currently, when I connect to one wireless network via Cisco IPSec VPN it forces all traffic through that one interface. And was wondering if I had a 2nd wireless interface would I be able to connect to the network to a different VPN.

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  • Could you edit this to explain how you have created 2 wireless interfaces on the Mac Pro? – bmike Sep 29 '14 at 20:52
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The problem of Cisco VPN rules forcing all traffic through the VPN is a long-standing pain in the neck. You may find this post helpful in manually adding routing rules:

https://superuser.com/questions/91191/how-to-force-split-tunnel-routing-on-mac-to-a-cisco-vpn

Good luck with it!