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  • Connecting to PIX VPN with Cisco VPN Client

    I just recently did a post about my issues trying to connect to my PIX VPN with the builtin Win7 VPN client. As an alternative while I wait for a solution to this issue, I tried the Cisco VPN client on a Win7 laptop. It connected fine and I can ping resources on the internal network, but I cannot connect to any of them. Trying to connect to the shares on the servers using either IP address or hostname times out; and Outlook keeps trying to connect but no luck.

    Here are my settings:

    Cisco VPN Client:
    CONNECTION ENRIES
    Transport - IPSEC

    AUTHENTICATION
    Group Authentication is set with the correct group and password

    TRANSPORTATION
    Enable Transparent Tunneling is unchecked
    Allow Local LAN Access is checked

    PIX 501 VPN Settings:
    CISCO VPN CLIENT SETTINGS
    Group Name is set
    Nothing is set under ADVANCED

    POOL INFORMATION is set

    GENERAL INFORMATION:
    PRIMARY/SECONDARY DNS, WINS is set
    DOMAIN is set
    Nothing is set under MANAGED SLPIT DNS or MANAGE SPLIT TUNNELING
    ENABLE PFS is unchecked

    Any help is greatly appreciated.
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