We have some problems using the vpn5000 ipsec-client in combination with Win2k PC connected to the Internet over an ADSL connection. The problem lies in the incompatibility of the PPPoE Win2k driver and the IPSec client. Now, we were thinking in using the native Win2k IPSec client, but is there anyone that knows whether the Cisco VPN5000 gateway supports the Native Win2k IPsec client ?
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We have tested a PPPoE client written by Robert Schlabbach and that seems to work with VPN5000 client on Win2k. However, I still would like to evalute whether native IPSEc client isn't easier then using the PPPoE client fomr Robert Schlabbach and VPN500 client..... anyone that has ever tried this ?
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