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Problems with Cisco 3000 series VPN

By lprikockis ·
We have a Cisco 3000 VPN concentrator that uses a Radius server to authenticate users on our Windows 2000 LAN (whew!).

For the most part, everything work's just fine. However, at least one remote user (our CIO, as luck would have it :-(
can't seem to connect. Checking the concentrator event log, I see the following two messages related to his log in attempt:

18552 07/11/2001 10:11:53.330 SEV=5 IKE/68 RPT=79 12.72.22.67
Group [General Users]
Received non-routine Notify message: Invalid hash info (23)

18551 07/11/2001 10:11:53.330 SEV=4 IKE/0 RPT=123 12.72.22.67
Group [General Users]
received an unencrypted packet when crypto active!!

can anyone clue me in as to what might be going on here?

thanks-

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by -Q-240248 In reply to Problems with Cisco 3000 ...

If I remember right, IKE has a lot to do with Encryption. It looks as though the client piece of the CIO's PC is not performing the correct encryption. Check the client first...

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by scottdo10 In reply to Problems with Cisco 3000 ...

Those messages show up when the Group password in the remote user's settings is wrong. But of course the CIO entered it correctly ;-)

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