I can access internet but cannot get in via cisco vpn(intermitent
I recieved a 4th laptop and at first I could vpn with cisco no issues. Then i lost the vpn connection in the middle of the day and could not get connected back up. It was down 1 and 1/2 days I was able to get back in and worked fine for 2 days. now it will not let me back on. I can get to internet and can go to my neighbors and can vpn there. So It looks like I might have some kind of issue with settings for router. FYI This is not a wireless router.
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Re: I can access internet but cannot get in via cisco...
Look at the number of users you have enabled in the router. If you only have 3 and you are using 4 computers, you could be getting the kind of behavior you are describing based on how many computers you have connected at the time.
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You may have some needed firewall ports blocked on your router. Turn off the firewall temporally and see if your able to connect. Your company IT folks should be able to tell you what ports they need open.
Using the Cisco IP soft phone via VPN can sometimes cause audio to drop. To fix this:<br /><br />Right click the Cisco IP Phone and select Preferences...<br />Select the Audio tab<br />Click on the Network button<br />In Audio IP Address select Use this address<br />then set it back to Detect Automatically<br />Click OK and OK again.<br /><br />Give it 5-10 seconds and this will auto reset the audio on the IP phone and will correct the issues with one way audio.<br />
It could be a missing route... are the file server and email server on the same subnet? If they are then it is possibly not a routing issue.
Also it would be worth checking the tunneling settings for the VPNs... if you have specifed either only the fileserver subnet or specifically the file server address, then this could be the reason they can get to nothing else.
The "Virtual Server" setting is designed to give the general public access to a network resrouce (web/ftp/media server) on your internal network. If your the VPN concentrator is external to your network (meaning you'll have to use the internet to connect to it), then you won't need to define a virtual server on the DI-624.
You'll just need to enable the IPSEC and PPTP VPN Passthrough which it sounds like you've already done this. I've run into some ISP's that block VPN connections out of their network. If you have the ability, try to directly connect your laptop into your cable/DSL modem in place of your router and see if you can make a VPN connection, if not contact your ISP, if you can then verify you enabled the VPN passthroughs because your router is blocking them.
I am not real versed on VPN connections but the only way I was able to connect to my company's Cisco VPN using my Ipaq was with this program.
The whole thing went very easily.