We need to connect to a partner via a Cisco VPN from one of our internal servers. This server is already configured for demand dial routing to a different partner, using windows RRAS. The partner provided us the group authentication credentials and the regular logon credentials. Basically, I need to configure it so that when this server needs to access a specific host it will automatically establish the vpn connection and route that specific traffic [...]Continue Reading »
We are issuing new Win764bit Enterprise laptops with the Cisco VPN Client Version 5.0.0.07.0290 installed on it. We are importing a pcf file from a CD given to us by our security group into it before releasing. Around 10% of the clients when connecting take around 30 seconds to attempt to connect to the security gateway. Sometimes they ask for a username and password and then fail, or other times they will just fail directly. [...]Continue Reading »
I’ve inherited a Cisco ASA 5510. It was configured by the company that installed it but I don’t have any documentation on it. IPsec VPN is enabled and a pre-shared IKE key is inputted but we do not know what this key is. Is there a way to retrieve the key or can I only reset it? I would look at a client configuration for the key, but all our clients are configured AnyConnect SSL [...]Continue Reading »
I have an IIS 7.5 server which, in order to access via Remote Desktop, I have to connect to Cisco VPN It has several with several sites on it e.g. site1 bindings: www.domain1.com, domain1.comsite2 bindings: www.domain2.com, domain2.comsite3 bindings: sub1.domain2.com, sub2.domain2.com I have a multi domain, wildcard SSL certificate which works for *.domain1.com and *.domain2.com which I have ‘friendly named’ to * and set up the ssl bindings using appcmd (see here – ihave tried both [...]Continue Reading »
I have two outside interfaces, A and B. Let’s say I want all traffic going in or out on port 1000 and 2000 to be directed to A, while all other traffic should go to B. So client is accessing a web page (80 or 443). That goes out thru B. Client accesses port 1000. That goes out thru A. It sounds like you’re looking for policy based routing (PBR). That is not supported on [...]Continue Reading »
I connect to a client’s network via the Cisco VPN client. Once I connect, my local network access (including internet access) is disabled. Is there a way to get around this, besides for them to change something on their end (because that will not happen)? You could set up a virtual machine (using virtualbox or something similar), and use that to connect to the client, leaving your main connection open to the internet. Check more [...]Continue Reading »
is there any Free Cisco VPN Client software for Windows ? Shrew Soft VPN client is a free IPSec client that runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Vista. It does not support existing Cisco VPN profiles (.pcf files) though. EDIT: Cisco VPN profile import was added in version 2.1.5 Check more discussion of this question. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Print for later [...]Continue Reading »
I have Windows Server 2003 installed on a VM and I’m trying to establish a VPN connection using version 5.0.05.0290 of the Cisco VPN Client. When I attempt to connect, I am booted out with a “Firewall policy mismatch” error. From conversations I have had with co-workers, I am guessing that the Cisco client doesn’t like the version of the Windows firewall that is packaged with 2K3. Is this actually the case? Is there another [...]Continue Reading »
Sometimes our Macs will get Error 51: Unable to communicate with the VPN subsystem. Please make sure that you have at least one network interface that is currently active and has an IP address and start this application again. when starting Cisco VPN. Rebooting doesn’t help. Reinstalling requires reconfiguring the settings. What’s the best way to reset Cisco VPN when we get this error? Alternative command: sudo SystemStarter restart CiscoVPN Check more discussion of this [...]Continue Reading »
Does anyone know what my options are for a Cisco compatible VPN client on Windows 7 x64? It doesnt look like the standard one is supported on x64 at all (let alone Windows 7) and the Cisco VPN AnyConnect client doesnt seem to be compatible with our router in its current configuration. Any pointers? Thanks. Shrew Soft VPN client is a free IPSec client that runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. Current stable release (2.1.4) [...]Continue Reading »
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