We have a problem with around 20 laptops after a recent upgrade from 2.5 to 3.1.05160. It works fine for the majority of users but these 20 laptops are able to connect but not pass traffic to the internal network. So login is successful, pinging from and to the client fails. Dart shows an error but I'm not sure if related -
Date : 04/30/2014
Time : 10:44:22
Type : Warning
Source : acvpnagent
Description : Function: CHostMgrCommonImpl::processPacket
Encountered invalid network bound packet
Our team have the same problem, it's a blocker for us! We have a successful connect under CISCO AnyConnect 3.1.05160, but we couldn't open any resources, we couldn't access under Remote DeskTop, we couldn't ping any sites. Before this upgrade has come, everything was fine with 3.0 version and lower.
So, also CISCO AnyConnect isn't receiving packets now, so, may be it's root cause, but why it isn't?...
OS: Windows 7.
Sergey, is the issue affecting all of your users? For us it is only 20-30 laptops so it seems that the VPN configuration is fine but maybe a software issue with Anyconnect/Win7.
This problem affecting just several members of our colleagues. For most everything is fine. It makes me crazy. I've tried to reinstall software, reboot local machine, TCP\IP, disable all firewall, also, I've tried to install 3.0 version, cause everything was fine with it, but this version always tried to upgrade (
Nope, we're using Dr. Web A/V. Will you be able to describe step by step, how is it possible to disable updates and what is the profile in out case, where is it locate?
sorry, I am pressed for time today to go into detail. But take a look on the FAQ for some info on how to turn off updates http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/security/anyconnect-vpn-client/107391-anyconnect-faqs.html
Great, I've switched off autoupdate for CISCO AnyConnect and installed 3.0 version. So, it's working cool now, Brian, thanks you so much for your advise.
Now, we can wait answer from CISCO support here, but I think, it gonna be long waiting process :)
After auto upgrading operating system Windows 8 to Windows 10 had a similar problem. To solve the component "Azzouzi HotSpot LightWeight Filter" has been disabled on the wi-fi adapter and "Virtual Cisco Adapter".
Thanks for the advice.