Cisco vpn Client 4.03 with XP SP2 Firewall enable

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Sep 27th, 2005
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When I try to connect to my vpn connection with a pc in windows xp SP2 with firewall enabled, I have this message : "Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the Client. Reason 414: Failed to establish a TCP connection."

When I disable my firewall, it works well

I use Ipsec/tcp .

How have I to configure my windows firewall?

If you can help me ...

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jackko Tue, 09/27/2005 - 03:46
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"failed to establish a tcp connection"


you mentioned ipsec over tcp has been permitted on the sp2 firewall. by default it should be tcp 10000. maybe verify with the administrator whether the default port has been modified.

framil Tue, 09/27/2005 - 04:03
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Yes, the tcp port is 10000.

But when I try to connect on vpn, I have this message : 12:31:32.896 09/27/05 Sev=Warning/2 IPSEC/0x6370001E

Unexpected TCP control packet received from 192.31.22.5, src port 10000, dst port 3584, flags 10h


The dst port is random, and it's difficult to configure the dst port on Windows Firewall ....


When I say Windows Firewall, I say the firewall installed on my pc ...not the firewall use for tunnelling ...

waynehenderson Fri, 09/30/2005 - 19:22
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Any luck yet? I get this error also, when attempting to connect to our server using client 4.7.00(0510) on my Mac. Same problem with 4.6.02. My Dell laptop (version 4.6.03, same profile setup) works successfully.


It seems to get past user authentication OK, but then instead of successfully "securing the communnications channel" it goes back to "Initiating TCP to..." and then

"Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the Client.

Reason 414: Failed to establish a TCP connection."

jackko Sat, 10/01/2005 - 00:17
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maybe try to permit the program instead of permitting the specific protocol/port tcp 10000. under window security centre > window firewall > Exceptions > Add Program.


another way is to identify what sort of traffic being sent and received by the cisco vpn client. use this freeware "TcpView". it shows the current inbound/outbound traffic from the pc point of view with protocol and port. then you can configure the window firewall accurately.

jackko Mon, 10/10/2005 - 17:50
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just wondering how you go.

waynehenderson Mon, 10/17/2005 - 19:51
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Look for my other posts about Centralized Protection Policy CPP. I'm pretty sure that's my problem; the Mac client can't respond properly and thus cannot connect to the server looking for Windows-only responses.

framil Mon, 10/17/2005 - 23:48
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Thanks for your help.

The solution is to disable the firewall for the cisco connection.... ;)

It's not a really solution but it works now.

the Windows firewall isn't a validate firewall by Cisco ...

thanks

jackko Tue, 10/18/2005 - 00:08
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it's good to learn that your issue has been resolved.


according to cisco,


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framil Tue, 10/18/2005 - 00:28
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sorry

it's once I come here. I don't know the habits

thanks for your help again

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