I've installed the Cisco VPNClient 3.7 in MacOS10.2. I've created a new connection profile with the necessary parameters mainly like VPN Server IP, Preshared Key. I've connected My Mac10.2 using Dialup and I tried to connect the VPN. It says "Remote Peer is no longer responding".
But When I tried using VPNClient 3.5 in another Mac10.1 machine the vpn connectivity is working without any problem with the same connection profile parameters (Checked my profile of sample.pcf files in both the machines).
Its produces the following log messages while I connecting the Client 3.7 in Mac10.2, Please suggest me what could be the cause of failure.
In my Mac m/c its having one ethernet net and one dialup, Why It should say the "using Ethernet".
If there is a problem in PIX, it should have not worked with other version of Mac10.1 with VPNClient 3.5. Even If there is a problem in Cisco VPNClient 3.7 configuration, I don't know the configuration other than the profile parameters in that(I'm using the same profile parameters in the another working profile).
I can give you the log messages of PIX if you prefer.
Note The VPN Client still supports DES/MD5; however, support for DES/SHA is no longer available. Because of the latter, Release 3.6 VPN Clients cannot connect to any central-site device group that is configured for (or proposing) DES/SHA. The VPN Client must either connect to a different group or the administrator for the central-site device must change the configuration from DES/SHA to DES/MD5 or another supported configuration. The VPN Client Administrator Guide lists all the supported encryption configurations.
I've installed 3.6, 3.6.1 and 3.6.2 in Mac 10.2.
I've configured "sha" in my cisco pix 515 fw. Should I test by changing that into md5. Anyhow i'll post you the debug messages to you by tomorrow.
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