I am trying to download a copy of the Cisco VPN Client from tools.
The server is giving the following error:
"CPR_SERVLET_ERROR, There was a problem while invoking the CPR servlet from K9 api."
Its been like this all day.
Could someone from Cisco get their finger our and have this fixed?
If you're not up to speed on webservers, maybe you could get a jobber from elance.com or rentacoder.com to take a look. They only charge about $10 an hour. Presumably some budget is available given what you charge for support contracts.
So anyway, Cisco have told me that I'm not allowed to download this software.
I'm allowed to login, put the software in my cart, tick the T&Cs etc, but when I go to download, that isn't allowed. I am not told that I am not allowed download (let alone why) because apparently it makes more sense to give me sort cryptic API error message.
Why am I not allowed download?
I bought a Cisco router with a service contract.
A few months later, I bought an extra license for the Cisco IOS Security Pack, so that I could set up VPNs. I have several VPNs set up and working, and had an older copy of the 32bit client which is also working.
However, I now need a copy of the 64bit client, but can only get that from Cisco.
However, since my support contract was purchased prior to my Security Pack license, I can't download the software.
So I have a Cisco Router with a Security enabled IOS, which I paid an arm and a leg for, but I am not allowed download the VPN Client Software.
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