I have a pc with a wireless dlink 802.11b nic and an Apple Powerbook with a wireless airport 802.11b nic trying to connect through an Apple Airport Base station with the latest code running NAT to a Cisco VPN 3005 concentrator. I can connect to the VPN from either client through the wireless access point, but whenever I try to connect to the VPN from the other client, the first client is disconnected. Then when I try to connect from the client that was disconnected, the other client gets disconnected.
Can the 3005 only accept one session from a single ip address at a time OR is the Apple base station doing something squirrely?
I have also tried this at home where I have 2 pc's behind a Netgear router running NAT. I see the same behavior where I can only connect to the VPN from one computer at a time. Any ideas? Is there a setting that will allow me support multiple vpn connections from the same ip address?
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