Can anyone explain what this debug is telling me (ISAKMP related)?
This is from an 803 router. I have a second 803 that dials this one through the internet with no problems. If I set up my own VPN I can connect from my office.
However, I have a remote user that is trying to dialin using a laptop and he keeps getting the message that 'the remote peer is no longer responding' or words to that effect. I've debugged the crypto isakmp while the guy was dialing in and got the following:
Re: Can anyone explain what this debug is telling me (ISAKMP rel
Thanks for replying.
There is no Firewall involved.
What I find strange is that all the other devices connect with no problems and the Laptop (56k Dialin) has managed to connect on the odd occasion.
However, I haven't changed the config at all and the Laptop refuses to connect. All other devices connect first time. I thought the fault therefore must be local to the laptop, but I'm using the same version of software (Cisco VPN Client) and settings as in the office and the office connects each time.
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