"Your IPsec connection has been terminated". I get this message at random times with XP and 2K, not on all machines however. Traffic is going in and out, so it is not a timeout issue. We use DHCP for the first IP address u get, and then a pool on the concentrator (3030) for the tunnel IP address. So for instance, when I first connect to the wireless network I get 10.242.3.5, I connect to the VPN and get a 130.253.x.x (my network's address space). After that, it sometimes work fine, and sometimes get disconnected after a while (from 20 minutes to a couple of hours depending on the machine. Some machines never get disconnected).
I am thinking it's a DHCP issue, trying to renew but being unable to do it because tunnel IP is different than original IP. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated....
Note: Idle time on the concentrator is set to 30 minutes, however, I don't think this is an issue since many times I get disconnected even during data transmission.
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