I'm using Cisco VPN 4.6.00.0049 to connect to a company VPN. When I am on any other network connection outside of the office, I can connect to the VPN just fine.
However, now I am actually sat in the office where the VPN is hosted, I am getting the following error when trying to connect...
Secure VPN connection terminated locally by the Client.
Reason 412: The remote peer is no longer responding.
- I am in the office and connecting to the "dirty external internet wireless type connection". I am a contractor, so I can't just plug into the office network.
- I am running the VPN client on a WinXP VPC hosted on my Win7 Laptop.
- I have internet access on the VPC and I can ping the VPN host.
- I have tried totally disabling firewalls from the WinXP VPC. No change.
- Other company users who have laptops can unplug from the network, connect to the same wireless network and connect to VPN just fine, apparently. I havent seen this testing myself, I'm just told it works. Although I actually suspect that the company users would be connecting to the standard wireless network not the "dirty external".
- If I went outside and walked about 20 yards to the local McDonalds and connected there, I would have no problems with the current configuration.
Can anybody point me inthe right direction for this please?
Thanks in advance,