Re: how can an IOS Router push an IP Address to a VPN CLient 3.x
The router or the VPN concentrator can all push IP addresses to the client, no problem there. Trouble is you won't see it with an ipconfig /all command due to the type of adapter the VPN client uses. The VPN client uses a SHIM adapter which inserts itself into the IP stack on the PC, but is never really "seen". This is different to the virtual adapter that the 1.x client uses which basically looks like any other adapter and can then be seen with ipconfig /all. The only place you can see the IP address that the VPN client received is to double-click on the padlock icon in the task bar and it'll tell you there. A router sample config is here:
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