Hi there, wondering how to force NAT-T transparency on the VPN Client running under Windowsn.
Caveats Resolved in Release 4.0.5.A
Release 4.0.5.A resolves the following issues:
Cisco-proprietary NAT Transparency can be enabled in environments where NAT/PAT is not used, but perhaps a firewall allows UDP but not ESP packets. The standards-based implementation does not allow for this option, since it is autodetecting the need for NAT transparency based on whether or not the client is in a NAT/PAT environment.
Requesting a mechanism per profile to force use of NAT-T even if the VPN Client or VPN Concentrator do not detect that they are behind a NAT/PAT device.
What is that mechanism though, is it a new line in the profile .pcf file?
Something other than EnableNAT (which is already set to 1 on the machine in question, by default we presume)
Thanks for any guidance, Neil.