Cisco VPN client can't connect via bluetooth phone
I'm having trouble using the Cisco VPN Client (version 5.0.00.0340) over a network connection through my windows mobile phone. The PC (on windows XP sp2) is connected to the phone via the "bluetooth network connection" adapter, which connects up with the Internet Sharing applet on the phone.
Internet browsing is fine, and I am able to connect OK with the VPN client, but I'm unable to pass any traffic over the connection. One thing I've noticed is that the Bluetooth Network Connection adapater doesn't have the "Deterministic Network Enhancer" service, and it doesn't appear to be possible to add it either.
Re: Cisco VPN client can't connect via bluetooth phone
I see your point, but the vpn client works just fine using Sprint's EVDO mobile broadband cards, so my assumption was that a phone with EVDO would work similarly.
Perhpas if the phones supported direct "dial-up networking" this would work, as it would appear as a modem connection to the VPN software. But in WM6, you have to use the bluetooth adapter insteand, and it appears to be something the deterministic network enhancer is either unable or unwilling to work with. My hope is that a few registry changes could tell the DNE to run over the bluetooth connection as well... but my initial tests weren't successful.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...