If I use Cisco VPN client version 3.6.3b, everything works fine and I get access to all internal resources. But if I try to use a newer version of Cisco VPN client ( which is what I want to do) I got the follow issues:
- The client doesn't get a gateway address
- The client gets a wrong subnet Mask. It gets 255.0.0.0 and not 255.255.248.0, which is the right one.
- And of course The client doesn't get access to the internal network, no ping browse, nothing.
- The connection gets dropped after 2 minutes
The VPN client runs on a XP with Sp2 with the firewall turns off.
I've tried all version since 3.6.3b, but only the 3.6.3b works. I will appreciate any help.
Thanks. I changed it, but it did not make any changes. The client can connect, but ther's no access to the internal network and the connection gets dropped after 2 minutes ( remote peer no longer responding)
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