VPN from Cisco to VPN
Does anyone know how to create a VPN (ANy type) from a Cisco 1601 to a
Netscreen 100? Or where to get the information.
I have emailed you a stepthrough
NCSA NetScreen Certified Security Associate
NCSI NetScreen Certified Security Instructor
NetScreen Authrorised Training Centre in the UK
...VPN Connection Problems between Cisco PIX 506E and Cisco VPN Concentrator 3005
I got a problem with a vpn connection from a cisco pix 506E to a cisco
3005 concentrator. The problem is that the lan on the pix is also used
to another remote side. so I tried to activate NAT on the pix to
translate the ip adresses of the network. after that I entered the
information at the concentrator which are nessassray for the
But I did not get a connection. I tried to ping the outside address of
the pix but I did not get a reply.
I post the output of the logfile for that connection below:
29437 02/15/2005 14:25:21.890 SEV=4 IKE/41 RPT=43758 213.183...Trying to access the PDM of a Cisco pix over a Remote Access VPN with Cisco VPN Client
I am trying to configure the cisco pix (501) to allow access to the
PDM over a Cisco VPN Client IPSEC tunnel.
I found a situation for accessing the PDM ove a site-site tunnel but
am not able to configure it for remote access VPN
I setup VPN by the wizard and enable split tunnel and excempt complete
LAN from nat, so not the outside interface ip.
Tried with management-access none, inside and outside
I am running
Cisco PIX Firewall Version 6.3(5)
Cisco PIX Device Manager Version 3.0(4)...CISCO VPN client blocks DCOM communication
I installed the CISCO VPN client on my windows 2000 professional
edition. After that, the applcation using DCOM communications is not
working any more. I uninstalled the VPN but afterwards, the DCOM
application is still not working.
Just wonder if you can provide any advise on how to fix that problem.
Thanks a lot
...Cisco 1750 Router Cisco QoS Device Manager Cisco VPN Device Manager
can my tell who can find the installfiles for 1750 Router Qos Device Manager
and Cisco VPN Device Manager!!!
...Netscreen VPN and Cisco 1601 VPN
Can anyone tell me if it is possible to connect to a Netcreen VPN
server with the standard Windows 2000 or XP client. This is without
using the Netscreen client.
If it is possible, does anyone now how.
Also is it possible to create a VPN peer to peer network from a
Netscreen 100 to a Cisco 1601? (The 1601 has VPN caperbilities)
You can connect a Windows 2000 or XP client VPN client with Netscreen box
The MS client doesn't support aggressive mode VPN and therefore, when using
preshared key authentication, each IPSec peer must use the same preshared
key or authentication will fail.
You can find the details in the IKE_Windows2000_Paper.PDF from Netscreen.
I never tried if it really works because I don't want to configure and
troubleshoot all the PC's of my home users. When using NS-remote, I give
them a default..default..default install procedure and a configuration file
they can click on. Every time they want to reinstall their PC, they can
easily repeat this procedure.
"Henry" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can anyone tell me if it is possible to connect to a Netcreen VPN
> server with the standard Windows 2000 or XP client. This is without
> using the Netscreen client.
> If it is possible, does anyone now how.
> Also is it possible to create a VPN peer to peer network f...Cisco vpn client to Cisco 837 problem
I have trouble to solve this issue and would like to get your help.
I try to set up remote access vpn with cisco client software to a
cisco 837 vpn server but I can only get the tunnel up but d'ont be
able to ping router ethernet interface nor all computer in the LAN
cisco client 4.0.2b--------Internet--------ADSL_Cisco
Current configuration : 3499 bytes
no service pad
service timestamps debug datetime msec
service timestamps log datetime msec
no service password-encryption
ho...Cisco 831 VPN to Cisco 3030 Security
I'm planning on deploying Cisco 831 VPN routers and having them connect
to the Corp office over a DSL connection to a Cisco 3030.
I'm curious how others handled security to keep unwanted users out.
This of course assumes you have split tunneling off and there is a
branch office type setup.
I'm trying to figure out how to have some sort of login/password
challenge to keep one of our remote users family members from plugging
in a laptop or similar system and connecting to our network. The DHCP
will only serve up one usable IP address from the 831 but you never
Any help is m...ASA5510 with Cisco VPN client. No traffic over VPN tunnel
In the hopes anyone sees my error in my config (I'm almost sure it's a
config error on my part but i can't find it).
I'm trying to get the Cisco VPN client to work with an ASA 5510. Tried the
manual config way and the ASDM way through the wizard.
The problem is not that i can't get any ipsec connection. That works. But
when the VPN connection is established i can't get any trafic from my Client
VPN IP segment (172.16.101.0/24 to the internal network (172.16.100.0/24).
The logs in the ASDM keep giving me the same error (this is another error
but the error ...VPN router-cisco vpn client routing issue
I have problem with VPN connection. My configuration is:
client (XP with Cisco VPN CLient 4.0.5)--->:Internet-->router 2621 with 12.3
Everything with VPN connections looks very good.
I can succesfully establish new connection, but after that
I can reach by ping only cisco router.
PC gets static default route through the router,
router adds static route to the PC (RRI - revers route),
but I can reach only router from PC (from router PC is accessible too).
I am waiting for some clue.....
Below is attached current configuration.
Pings between router and PC are ...xp vpn client setup for cisco vpn server
Preamble... I'm a newbie, sorry if this is a repeat, blah blah blah
I would like to use the Windows XP VPN client to connect to a Cisco server.
1. Is this possible?
2. What are the settings?
I have a Cisco Client installed on a Dell Latitude D500 laptop. It will not
connect over a wireless connection. Any thoughts?
Any pointers on these questions are greatly appreciated.
1 - yes
2 - if you mean as XP VPN Client a PPTP connection, you can configure the
router as a PPTP server with latest firewall IOS or the firewall PIX with
latest...asa 5505 + l2l vpn + cisco client vpn
I'm trying to replace PIX 506[working ok] with asa 5505. But just
after swaping them some of the vpn links doesn't work. I can't ping
sites. Cisco vpn client access doesn't work too. I was following few
cisco manuals but I can't figure out what is missing in my config.
Could you pls have a look at my config maybe sth obvious - I hope so.
: Written by enable_15 at 01:48:02.989 UTC Tue Jan 13 2009
ASA Version 8.0(4)
enable password zzzzzzzzzzzzzz encrypted
passwd zzzzzzzzzzzz encrypted
nam...cisco asa 8.4 + cisco vpn client
explain that I did not do so. need to arrange a remote connection, for
those who do not know, much has changed in 8.4.
this configuration of the docks from the site cisco.com
hostname(config)# interface ethernet0
hostname(config-if)# ip address 10.10.4.200 255.255.0.0
hostname(config-if)# nameif outside
hostname(config-if)# no shutdown
hostname(config)# crypto ikev1 policy 1
hostname(config-ikev1-policy)# authentication pre-share
hostname(config-ikev1-policy)# encryption 3des
hostname(config-ikev1-policy)# hash sha
hostname(config-ikev1-policy)# group 2
hostname(config-ikev1-policy)# lifetime...Cisco VPN client through a Hotbrick VPN 600/2
If i setup a vpn using the Cisco client on a pc behind the Hobrick it's not
possible to start a remote desktop session.
If i setup a vpn using the Cisco client on a pc NOT behind the Hobrick it
is possible to start a remote desktop session.
If i setup a vpn using Microsoft Windows XP network connection on a pc
behind the Hobrick it is possible to start a remote desktop session.
What could be the problem? Why isn't it possible to run a remote desktop
session on a Cisco vpn behind the Hotbrick firewall?
...Using Apples implementation of VPN on a Cisco VPN implementaton.
I've got a question regarding VPN client usage. I was wondering if
anyone knew if Cisco VPNs needed the Cisco VPN client. Is it possible
to use the Tiger VPN client on a Cisco VPN? I don't know what details I
need to provide to help answer this, but if you need more information I
should be able to find out.
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Hi folks,
> I've got a question regarding VPN client usage. I was wondering if
> anyone knew if Cisco VPNs needed the Cisco VPN c...Cisco 837 and Cisco VPN client wierdness.. any ideas?
With my current configuration I can VPN connect from anywhere on the
web and authenticate as a local user with an 837 router. Once auth'd
the VPN client is allocated an IP from the vpn pool. From a VPN
connected laptop I can ping any address on the LAN and any other
machine on the LAN can ping the IP the VPN client has been allocated.
However I can't access all resources via all protocols on all machines.
This part is inconsistent and has me baffled. e.g. from a VPN client I
can mount SMB shares on 192.168.16.250 but I can't see the webserver
(:80) on the same IP). From a LAN connected laptop I can see the
webserver running on the VPN client (192.168.17.x:80). However the VPN
client can't see a webserver on the same LAN connected laptop
This is my first ever contact with Cisco gear and while i'm quite
chuffed with getting as far as I have on setting this box up.. i'm now
way out of my depth on working out what the problem is. Any suggestions
would be greatly appreciated!
Client s/w is v4.6 (0045) on Mac OS 10.3.9
sh version reports: IOS (tm) C837 Software (C837-K9O3Y6-M), Version 12.2(13)ZH4
Router config (security edited) is cut/pasted below:
no service pad
service timestamps debug datetime msec
service timestamps log datetime msec
logging queue-limit 100
no logging buffered
enable secret 5 xxxx
username xxxx password 7 xxxx
username xxxx password 7 xxx...Cisco VPN Client <-> XP VPN
I'm a little bit confused about the differences between Microsoft's
build-in VPN Client (for XP) and Cisco's VPN client.
I wanna set up a connection to a network using Cisco's client (which
I'm using for other networks as well). For the new network detailed
instructions for the XP client are given, but nothing for the Cisco
client. I thought - please correct me, if I'm wrong - that XP and
Cisco both use the L2TP technique, so I should be able to use any
client for those connections. But Cisco's client needs much more
information than the IP of the...W2K vpn client to Cisco 3005 VPN concentrator
I've got a project to configure a Cisco 3005 vpn concentrator to allow
connections from the w2k builtin vpn client.
The concentrator currently has users connecting via the Cisco client
using IPSec, and authenticating against an Active Directory server.
The way I understand things is, PPTP is supported, but only without
encryption when authentication against Active Directory. And the only
other option is L2TP/IPSec, which is mutually exclusive with the
IPsec-only that's currently in use. (Have I got this all correct?)
So, the only option open here is PPTP without encryption, correct?...Cisco VPN Client vs MS VPN Client
I have to install vpn clients on 6 laptops.
They will connect to PIX 515.
What is the difference, whether I use Cisco or MS vpn clients ?
...VPN to ASA from Cisco VPN Client Getting Error
I am trying to set up remote access VPNs and am having trouble. I
as a guide as was recommended by someone in a previous post.
When I connect from the Cisco VPN client I am getting an error:
"Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by client. Reason 412: The
remote peer is no longer responding."
My network looks like this.
I can see the traffic getting through my router when I attempt to
connect. The IP connecting to is my outside inter...Recommendation: Microsoft VPN vs. Cisco 871 Easy VPN
We are switching over from a Linksys Cable/DSL Router to a Cisco 871.
We currently have it setup through Microsoft VPN on our Windows 2000
Server. Would we be better off using a VPN solution (Easy VPN) through
the Cisco Router or opening ports for the Microsoft VPN to work? We
typically have 5-7 users that need remote access through VPN, rarely
would they all be on at the same time.
> We are switching over from a Linksys Cable/DSL Router to a Cisco 871.
> We currently have it setup through Microsoft VPN on our Windows 2000
> Server. Would we b...Comparing Cisco VPN concentrator and a Cisco 2800 router with SDM
I am thinking about buying something that will handle a lot of vpn
tunnels and my cisco connection said that instead of bying a 3020
Concentrator I should buy a 2800 router with a vpn accelerator card. He
said that it would be both cheaper and faster that the 3020. How do the
2800 router compare to the 3020 concentrator? Is it alot more difficult
to administer? Any difference in licensing?
In article <email@example.com>,
:I am thinking about buying something that will handle a lot of vpn
:tunnels and my cis...Cisco VPN Client not working. Strange VPN Adapter behavior.
I am working with an ASA running 8.x and a Cisco VPN client running
4.6.03.0021. The client connects fine (passes phase 1 and phase2 and
traffic flows downstream of the ASA which I have sniffed. It appears
as though the traffic it not returned to the client as all sessions
I have other clients using this same profile without issue. It
that the clients having the problem all have the following in common:
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.2.1
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . :
Cisco Systems VPN Adapter
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 172.16.1.25
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.240
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 172.16.1.25
You will notice that the Cisco VPN Adapter is given an IP Address and
Mask from the ASA via a configured address pool, but you will notice
that virtual adapter is using the same IP address for its interface
I have other Cisco VPN client running version 3.6.x and 5.x that do
not have this issue. I ruled out the common issues NAT-T, MTU, etc.
I was hoping some one could confirm or deny whether this IP
issue may be the culprit and whether this is a known issue for this
version of the client. My search of Cisco Bugtraq show no.
Reply Reply to author Forward
> I am working with an ASA running 8.x and a Cisco VPN client running
> 4.6.03.0021. The client connects fine (passes p...VPN over VPN?
i hope someone may help ...
For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
--everything is fine --
And now my question:
Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
Do i need some additional tools for that or is this impossible?
Thanks in advance,
In article <3F17B586.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Otto <email@example.com> wrote:
:For internet i have to connect to our server at my place via VPN.
:--everything is fine --
:And now my question:
:Is it possible to connect to an server in the internet via VPN too?
:Do i need so...VPN through VPN
I apologize if this question has been asked before. I have searched and
the results did not lend what I was looking for, I have connected to my
office VPN, the office is connected to the colo vpn. Is it possible to
connect to our colo vpn from my current connection at home? I would
think it is... perhaps I need some fancy routing/firewall rules? Anyone
willing to field this one?
Home to Office is 3des ike preshared key
Office to Colo is aes ike preshared key
Home & Office are different types of hardware
Office & Colo are the same type of hardware
All VPN access is being performed by network devices and not software
on a PC/Server.
Thanks in advance for your assistance,
Does this Help ?
Spoke to Client VPN:
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
>I apologize if this question has been asked before. I have searched and
>the results did not lend what I was looking for, I have connected to my
>office VPN, the office is connected to the colo vpn. Is it possible to
>connect to our colo vpn from my current connection at home? I would
>think it is... perhaps I need some fancy routing/firewall rules? Anyone
>willing to field this one?
It depends on the hardware and on the network topology, and on how
it is all configured.
For example, the Cisco P...