I like to use split tunneling for VPN, but by reading below, it says I can only configure it after I connect to VPN. So there's no way to configure this on the Meraki?
This is my understanding of split tunneling. If I enable this, when someone is connected to VPN, internet traffic will not go through the Meraki, but only allowed private subnets. Is this correct?
I have a script that creates a VPN connection on Windows and unchecks "Use default gateway on remote network". Is this all I need to enable split tunneling?
Actually, the unchecking is done once when configuring the tunnel. It is my understanding that the thing you need to do each time you connect to the vpn either manually or via a script is adding the route(s) that make packets that need to go through the client vpn actually go through it.
This article shows how to configure split tunneling via powershell. Alas the GUI does not have these options exposed.