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    Untanglit
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    Quote Originally Posted by donhwyo View Post
    It has been a few versions since I used any connect, but it worked fine and I don't remember having to do anything special. I have since retired so can't test it any more. Good luck.
    Thanks, I put in a support ticket. When I had the Sophos XG firewall I didn't have these problems so I hope it can be fixed.

  2. #12
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    I did find a fix for it. Still not sure what inside is blocking the cisco service but I found out that if I go to

    Network - bypass - add a new rule and put source interface as my Guest VLAN

    now the cisco client is not throttled anymore. There is still something going on but this is the best I can do for now to get my speed back. Just though I should let others know.

  3. #13
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    For work we use Cisco AnyConnect, on v4.7.00136. I also use TP-Link APs (have 4 EAP245v3) running through the Omada controller on my server. I am on Untangle v15.1 w/Home license. I am using Bandwidth Control/QoS. While connected via VPN I get the same speeds as not connected through VPN. On this particular laptop that's 250Mbps/67Mbps.

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