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VPN Client AutoInitiation

Hi,

I did instal th VPN AutoInitiation with the Client 4.8.01.300 on a Xp Pro.

The connection works before logon as required, but when I pull off the RJ45 to simulate a connection loss, and then I pull it back in, the connection never goes back on, I have to logon and then the connection is up.

Could you help me on this matter ??

Thank's in advance

Cheers

Blaise

here is the vpnclient.ini configuration:

[main]

AutoInitiationEnable=1

AutoInitiationRetryInterval=1

AutoInitiationList=test

RunAtLogon=1

DialerDisconnect=0

ConnectOnOpen=1

EnableLog=1

[test]

Network=192.0.0.0

Mask=255.255.255.255

ConnectionEntry=test

[GUI]

DefaultConnectionEntry=test

MinimizeOnConnect=1

UseWindowSettings=1

ShowTooltips=0

ShowConnectHistory=0

AccessibilityOption=0

WindowWidth=602

WindowHeight=332

WindowX=298

WindowY=30

VisibleTab=0

ConnectionAttribute=1

AdvancedView=1

LogWindowWidth=450

LogWindowHeight=500

LogWindowX=265

LogWindowY=143

[LOG.IKE]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.CM]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.PPP]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.DIALER]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.CVPND]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.XAUTH]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.CERT]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.IPSEC]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.CLI]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.FIREWALL]

LogLevel=1

[LOG.GUI]

LogLevel=1

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Re: VPN Client AutoInitiation

Your VPN Client can automatically initiate a VPN connection based on the network to which your machine is connected. The name of this feature is called auto initiation for on-site Wireless LANs (WLANs). Auto initiation makes the user experience resemble a traditional wired network in which VPNs secure WLANs. These environments are also known as WLANs.

On-site WLAN VPNs are similar to remote access VPNs with an important distinction. In an on-site wireless VPN environment, enterprise administrators have deployed wireless 802.11x networks in corporate facilities and these networks use VPNs to secure the wireless part of the network link. In this case, if your PC is on a WLAN without VPN, you cannot access network resources. If a VPN exists, your access is similar to what it is with wired Ethernet connections.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/secursw/ps2308/products_user_guide_chapter09186a00800bd984.html#wp1012589

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