2027 Views 1 Reply Latest reply: Oct 6, 2006 11:30 AM by Steve Madsen
Well, never mind. As it often goes, I found the answer a few minutes after posting that question, even though I've wrestled with this for days already. (Is there a "Murphy's Law"-like name for this phenomenon?)
Turns out Juniper's VPN software was adding its own Proxy Auto-Config file and turning on auto-configuration. Adding entries to the bypass list after the VPN starts does no good. Worse, when the VPN exits, it nukes the PAC file, but doesn't restore the bypass entries. Yet another reason Juniper's VPN is junk.