VPN concentrator and webVPN

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Jan 12th, 2008
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Trying to setup VPNc 3005 for WebVPN.

The VPNc is configured with NTP server so

the clock is fine. I installed SSL vpn

client and SecureDesktop software onto the VPNc. Create a local account and

group. When I perform https://vpnc/admin.html, I can manage the

VPNc from the external interface so the

certificate is good.

When I do http://vpnc from the same XP Service Pack 2 workstation, it attemped

to install both ssl vpn client and secure desktop onto my winXP, I have admin privilege on the XP machine, then

it tells me that the vpn concentrator

has a server certificate error. I've

attached the screen shot. Anyone know

what it is? Thanks.

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ebreniz Fri, 01/18/2008 - 07:20
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If you connect to a website that loads content (such as images) from a second, previously unauthenticated server, the content might not be rendered correctly. WebVPN clientless mode does not support websites that require authentication for access to content from secondary servers. When using WebVPN with NAT-T, do not set the NAT-T port to 443. We recommend using port 80 for NAT-T, as firewalls should allow this.




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