Does the v3.0 VPN Client support static internal address assignments similar to how the v1.1 client does? Can it be specified somewhere in the client or .ini file? If not, can it be pushed using the config mode from a PIX(v6.0)? An application we are running requires that the client have a static address.
Could you clarify who needs the static internal address? The 3.0 client with the vpn3005 concentrator can be assigned a static ip to the user dialing up from their isp. Or do you mean accessing static ip addresses?
The remote VPN client PC's require the static addresses for our specific application. The Cisco Secure 1.1 client has an option to assign a specific internal address to the client as opposed to receiving an internal address from a pool, I do not see a similar option in the new v3.0 client.
We are running a teleradiology application that uses push technology to send images to a remote workstation for viewing, hence the need for a static address.
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