I sometimes work from my home office and remotely connect to my company's network via VPN using Cisco AnyConnect. The VPN adapter is supposed to support split tunneling, and I assumed that since it's only necessary to use it for certain applications (like SalesLogix), that only those applications would be allowed to access the VPN. Today I discovered that my home system is rerouting all TCP/UDP connections through the VPN adapter when it's active. This seems to slow things down quite a bit, and that extra traffic over VPN really isn't needed - for instance, I can send and receive corporate email without needing the VPN. Is there a way that I can limit AnyConnect only to use the ports/addresses required for certain applications? Thanks!