VERY new to cisco VPN so bear with me. Just started at a company that
has a VPN 3000 concentrator using the cisco vpn client. We have a
remote site that has 5 workstations. They can connect fine
individually but when more then one tries to connect, it boots the
other one off. Their internal IP's are 192.168.20.0/24 and ours are
192.168.30.0/24. They only have 1 public IP though...I think they're
connected via DSL. Would this cause the problem? Or is there
something else I need to be looking into. Don't need exact
steps...just a point in the right direction. Thanks in advance.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Brucefan <email@example.com> wrote:
>VERY new to cisco VPN so bear with me. Just started at a company that
>has a VPN 3000 concentrator using the cisco vpn client. We have a
>remote site that has 5 workstations. They can connect fine
>individually but when more then one tries to connect, it boots the
>other one off. Their internal IP's are 192.168.20.0/24 and ours are
>192.168.30.0/24. They only have 1 public IP though...I think they're
>connected via DSL. Would this cause the problem? Or is there
>something else I need to be looking into. Don't need exact
>steps...just a point in the right direction. Thanks in advance.
There is a router or firewall at their end and that device is
doing Port Address Translation and you either have old client software
versions or old VPN 3000 software, or else you have not enabled NAT Traversal.
Double VPN connection with Cisco VPN client Hello,
I use Cisco VPN client at work to connect to:
1. the *production* network, when I am in office
2. the *office* network, when I am out of office.
Sometimes I need to connect to the production network when I am out of
office. Ideally, I would like to connect to VPN 2 and then to VPN 1
(i.e. a VPN within another VPN).
Is this feature supported by Cisco VPN client?
[apparently, Windows XP integrated IPsec supports it, but then Windows
XP does not support group authentication, which I need]
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using windows xp to connect to a vpn. Is it necessary Cisco VPN Client? Is there a way to configure windows xp to connect to a vpn without using the
Cisco VPN client?
I mean, I wouldn't like to install the Cisco Client VPN, and perhaps XP is
enough to connect to the vpn.
You can use PPTP. It is inbuilt into XP systems. Or, L2TP with IPSEC
(very tough to configure on an XP tho)
> Is there a way to configure windows xp to connect to a vpn without using the
> Cisco VPN client?
> I mean, I wouldn't like to install the Cisco Client VPN, and perhaps XP is
> enough to connect to the vpn.
Cisco VPN client connects but can't ping or connect to anything? I have a strange problem with one particular machine with Cisco vpn
client installed. Numerous people report that they can connect
successfully and map drives. However when this one remote user
connects, she can't ping or map drives to any servers?? The internal
network behind Cisco PIX is a 192.168.2.x/24 network, the private
network the client is coming from is of 10.x.x.x/xx network. WinXP
firewall is disabled on the client machine. Machines that vpn in
receive IP addresses 192.168.2.110-120 . Any ideas??
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cisco VPN client question Hi there,
Are there any minimum requirements for the Cisco VPN client 405c to work in
terms of bandwidth and reliability?
As for example if I try to connect from around the world to my company in
Thank you, Calin
Cisco 1811 K9- VPN clients can connect, but can't connect or ping to computers I have an 1811 that I use as a firewall. Last Friday I configured a
site to site VPN for a vendor to do offsite backups. Ever since then,
remote users have reported that they successfully connect their VPN
clients, but all traffic (email, remote desktop) is denied. Any ideas?
On Jan 30, 3:30=A0pm, Pappy <sodapopsa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an 1811 that I use as a firewall. =A0Last Friday I configured a
> site to site VPN for a vendor to do offsite backups. =A0Ever since then,
> remote users have reported that they successfully connect their VPN
> clients, but all traf...
Cisco VPN client auto-connect I need to have a W2000 server connect to a database on a remote machine with
no user intervention. We have a Cisco concentrator at the remote site where
the database is located. Using Version 4.0.3(C) of the Cisco VPN client, I
am able to bring up a VPN connection on boot by setting it up in task
scheduler. Although it works, I am concerned that it will not re-connect if
it disconnects for any reason. Is there a way to set this up as a service
or some other way to automatically accomplish this connection? If it cannot
be made reliable, we will install a concentrator
I think yo...
UMTS connection and Cisco VPN client We are using the Cisco VPN client version 4.8 in combination with an
When connecting to our PIX using DSL the VPN connection works just
fine. When usig the UMTS card the VPN is established and the virtual
adapter receives it's IP adress but we are not able to connect to any
nodes on the other network. The logging does not show any errors.
The following routing table is active when connecting to the VPN using
10.10.10.10 provided by VPN connection
188.8.131.52 provided by UMTS card
Destination Netmask Gateway Interface...
Connect together cisco vpn clients Hi, I have one main office and two branch offices.
In main office there is a cisco pix 501 and two user of branch offices
are connect with cisco vpn client.
>From main office i can ping the two pc vpn client but the two vpn
client cannot ping together
I like connect together the two vpn client of remote branch.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Fabio <email@example.com> wrote:
>Hi, I have one main office and two branch offices.
>In main office there is a cisco pix 501 and two user of branch offices
>are connect with cisco vpn...
Multiple Cisco VPN clients 87283 I have a main office with PIX 515 and remote office. We want to be
able a couple Cisco VPN clients to be able to connect in the same time
from the remote office but we have one real static address. How can we
I alse tried one of the clients to use the default UDP port. But when
configure the other client to use TCP, it's not able to connect the
the main office PIX. What I need to change in the PIX configuration?
Thanks for the help.
What VPN Protocol are you using?
The PIX needs to be set up for 'nat traversal' (isakmp nat-traversal 20 )
What hardware are you u...
CISCO VPN Client/pcAnywhere question Hello,
I have a question on Cisco VPN client.
I use my home machine, connected through a DSL router. I use the VPN
client to connect to the network at work. I also run pcAnywhere on my
home machine. When the home machine is connected to work using VPN
client, I am unable to pcAnywhere into this machine from outside.
Is there a way around it? I do not want to lose my connectivity
Any input will be highly appreciated.
Not if your vpn administrator has "split-tunneling" disabled or
he/she is pushing a firewall policy to your vpn client.