Can anyone give me some advice on using Secure VPN Client under Windows 2000 through a LinkSys Cable/DSL Router (BEFSR41)? On my first attempt to install I get the message "IsDneCheckRequirements not sufficient". I realize that I may have two separate issues: Secure VPN Clinet compatinility with Win2K and VPN through the LinkSys router.
Im sure youve already picked this up from a lot of other posts from the site, but Ciscos VPN client isnt W2K compatible yet so you have to run it on 95/98 (It should be out soon). Are you just terminating through the Linksys modem at a Cisco device on the far end? If that is the case, just be sure the Linksys is not blocking any IP with access-lists and its not sharing an IP address for port address translation (IPsec requires a valid IP address). Other than that, I think it should work. Hope this helps!
I am also experiencing problems with the VPN client/Linksys unit. I have tried NAT mode as well as "exclude local lan". The VPN gets a valid IP and connects, but i cannot send any data back to my corp network. Outlook returns "network problems encountered". Any suggestions on settings in the Linksys or Client software is appreciated.
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