Cisco Vpn Client Unable To Browse Domain Share

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Jun 26th, 2007
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Hello


After connecting remotely by Cisco VPN client to VPN server I can't access domain shares .I see packet encrypting and decrypting.I am little bit confused.


ping fileserver OK

ping 192.168.0.22 OK


but


net view \\fileserver

network path not found

systems error 53



Your comments please


Regards

Mejdun




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ggilbert Wed, 06/27/2007 - 05:15
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Questions.


a. Are you passing down a DNS server to the VPN client.


b. Are you able to ping from DNS (fully qualified domain name).


c. Are you able to map using a fully qualified domain name?


Let me know.


Thanks

Gilbert

acomiskey Wed, 06/27/2007 - 05:21
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Mejdun, I have a similar problem myself. The only solution I have found thus far is to disable the windows firewall on the vpn client. I know that's not a great solution, but it works for me.

routerios Wed, 06/27/2007 - 10:48
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Fist thing what I did desabled windows firewall and changed configuration on Cisco VPN client. It doesn't worked for me.

I think problem server related rather than client.




routerios Wed, 06/27/2007 - 10:39
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a. Yes

b. Yes

c. confused


Let me explain.


I tested two server :


DNSserver

Fileserver02


From Cisco VPN Client:

ping to DNSserver OK ip address Ok

ping to filserver02 fail ip address OK


after some minutes


ping DNSserver fail ip address fail

ping filserver02 fail but ip address ok


From fileserver01 ping to Cisco client OK

From DNSserver ping to Cisco client OK


I think there are some kind of firewall problems than DNS.




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