I am running at one of our branches DSL with a netgear router (8port). I start up Cisco VPN 3.5.1, then start up AS400 connections. One connection into the AS400 works great as long as the other computers do not attempt to sign on to the AS400. Because it will kick that one (who is already signed into the AS400). You can only maintain (1) connection at a time thru VPN.? Obtain is set on the router, and obtain on the DSL. It is almost like the AS400 is sending the packets to the same IP address thru the VPN. ~please help~
Some of the Passthrough devices had this problem, and there latest versions fixed it. This issue probably pertains to the Netgear in this case. A good test would be to try this from another router to make sure this is not a device specific issue and work with Netgear to get a version which wouldn't have this problem. If they want to work with Cisco on this to try and resolve it, I would suggest opening up a TAC case at that time.
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