Client -> Aironet 1100 -> 2621 -> internet ->2621 ->3030
Client is a XP laptop with Service pack1 - Dell True Mobility PC Card with Cisco VPN Client 3.5.1
Aironet 1100 is using MAC filtering from a RADIUS and WEP
No special features on either 2621
3030 is running v.3.6.3
Client on a hardwire works fine. I have roughly 200 users using this fine.
Only in the situation of a wireless connection. Linksys or Cisco do I have problems. Here are the logs from both the 3030 and a client during a connection. It locks up when it says "Securing Communication Channel..."
Actually this is a known issue with the Client version that you are running and was fixed from v3.5.3 client and above:
Externally found severe defect: Resolved (R)
Cannot match policy entry - WIN2000 and XP without Novell client
This bug occurs because Deterministic Network Enhancer (DNE) is not bound
to the NIC.
Make sure that DNE is bound to all NICs on the system. If you go to Network Connection Property page, then select the NIC/Connection, right-click
and go to Properties. This will bring you to the property page of the connection. You need to make sure that the checkbox nest to "Deterministic Network Enhancer" is checked. For an ethernet NIC, you will find it under "General" Tab of the property page. For all other NICs, it should be under "Networking" Tab. Hitting OK after that should bind DNE to the NIC.
You can upgrade to the v3.5.3 or higher of the client and all should be well.
Thank you for the work around. I also found that uninstalling and then installing while the wireless card was installed also works.
I do have one user that has 3.6.1 and XP. That this happens to. I just found out that he is using AOL 8.0 Broadband at home. Re-installing doesn't help him. Any suggestions. I remember a Caveat in the docs, I'm going to search there, too.
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