VPN 3005 Address Pools

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Feb 22nd, 2008

I have vpn groups that receive their client IP address from DHCP servers and others that receive their IP address from pools configured on the concentrator for the specific group. This worked well until recently and now only the server assigned DHCP is working. I recently upgraded the concentrator to version 4.7.2.N and believe this has introduced the problem. The exact error is:

10771 02/22/2008 14:56:19.960 SEV=3 DHCPDBG/39 RPT=27

DHCP discover timeout: no response from polled servers (xid 1436166693)

This surprises me as the group is configured with it's own pool on the concentrator so polling a DHCP server is not required.

Any one else had this?

I have this problem too.
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ebreniz Thu, 02/28/2008 - 11:54

I recently changed my address pool for my singe vpn group from 192.168.5.100 - 192.168.5.120 to 192.168.30.100 - 192.168.30.120. My internal interface has an IP address of 192.168.5.145. I changed the address pool because everytime somebody vpns in I get a browser election in my windows enviroment because the clients are on the same subnet as my domain controllers. Not that I changed the address pool users have to authenticate to Active Directory when they open applications (i.e Outlook) even though they are logged into their machines with the correct creditials.

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