One running XP (firewall disabled) one running VISTA Ultimate (firewall disabled).
IP Communicator version: 2.1
CISCO VPN version: 4.6.00.0045
IP Communicator is pointing to the correct CM server, it just can not talk to it (I think).
Once I connect to the VPN (on either the laptop or the desktop) I CAN ping the CM Server. The IP Communitcator is set to use the VPN Adapter MAC, which has been configured in the CM.
I think what might be happening it our VPN connection blocking the communication some how. I can ping the CM server (the TFTP server) but I can not remote into that server from the VPN, I can remote in when in the office on the network.
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