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Howto configure, that CiscoVPNClient starts automatically after restart ?

hi

Howto configure, that the Cisco vpn clent vpnclient-linux-3.7.3.A-k9,

running on linux SuSE 8.1

starts automatically after computer restart,

never ask for the user and password

and never goes down ?

my configuration is:

[main]

Description=VPN

Host=X.X.X.X

AuthType=1

GroupName=XXX

GroupPwd=

EnableISPConnect=0

ISPConnectType=1

ISPConnect=

ISPCommand=

Username=XXX

SaveUserPassword=1

UserPassword=

NTDomain=

EnableBackup=0

BackupServer=

EnableMSLogon=1

MSLogonType=0

EnableNat=1

TunnelingMode=0

TcpTunnelingPort=10000

CertStore=0

CertName=

CertPath=

CertSubjectName=

CertSerialHash=00000000000000000000000000000000

SendCertChain=0

DHGroup=2

ForceKeepAlives=0

PeerTimeout=100

EnableLocalLAN=1

enc_GroupPwd=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

enc_UserPassword=

VerifyCertDN=

EnableSplitDNS=1

kindly regards

piotr

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Re: Howto configure, that CiscoVPNClient starts automatically af

Hi Piotr,

If you are referring to start before logon, this feature is only available for Windows platforms, as described on this url:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/vpn/client/rel4_0/user_gd/vc1.htm#1140213

The VPN client module will start automatically on the background but you will need to enter the "vpnclient connect vpn" manually. Probably writting a script that will do this automatically for you will be a workaround for your scenario.

Regards,

Arthur

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