My VPN works fine from windows XP but I am having problem when I connect from win 7 machine. MY VPN authenticate fine with win 7 but I cannot reach my internal network. I cannot even ping the default gateway. Can somebody point me to the right direction.
I just discussed in another topic regarding this kind of problem.
First you should look at the Statistics of the VPN connectiong while connected. Try some connections before you check the statistics
The Statistics page of the VPN Client that I'm talking about is the one below:
Please provide the above output when you have tried your VPN Client connection.
What we are trying to check is the fact that is any traffic beeing forwarded to the VPN connection. If traffic is going to the tunnel we could check that theres return traffic for those connections.
One thing to consider also is any firewall software. When installing VPN Client, the most idea situation would be to have no firewall software on the computer. After the VPN Client is installed you could install the firewall software again.
One problem with Win7 and Cisco IPsec VPN Client is also wireless network adapters/cards that are attached to the computer. You usually can connect the VPN but traffic will not go through the VPN tunnel.
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