VPN connection

By jrh99hyler ·
I have a remote user using Cisco VPN client 4.6. He CAN authenticate successfully, I see him logged in on the server log, yet he cannot connect to the intranet or to his exchange server. His internet connection is fine until the VPN connection is established. I tried changing the transport method from IPsec over UDP to TCP, tried disabling transparent tunneling, reinstalled the connection entry, and finaly reinstalled the client. No luck.
Any suggestions?

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The Internet is fine until

by w2ktechman In reply to VPN connection

he establishes the VPN connection.
Yes, this is normal. The VPN Client establishes a connection. The former connection acts as if it is no longer there (it is being used by the tunnel) along with a local network (unavailable).
You need to configure the VPN SW (or browser) to use the Internet settings from the network that you are tunnelled in to. Also, you may need to have permissions setup for use on that network as well. Furthermore, in the VPN are you getting an IP address, and DNS?

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VPN Connection

by Intagal In reply to VPN connection

Are you still having this issue? If so, look at your IPSec Rules on your concentrator to ensure you have them correct. Also make sure your NAT statements reflect what you are trying to do. What type of concentrator are you using?

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my vpn connections is not working

by tink_pink24 In reply to VPN Connection

what should i do?? i have a Linksys Router.. and my friend gave me some ports to open on the router... but then when i try to bypass my PC to the modem... i couldn't make it through... my vpn connections failed.. it says there cannot establish a connections!
what should i do?? and does the firewalls blocks the vpn too?? i have norton & mc Afee... they said that the linksys router does have a NAT firewall also.. would that also affects the connections??

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