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VPN bypassing packets

I've installed the CISCO VPN (ver 5.0.04)  on several new Windows 7 laptops.  I have two laptops which appear to connect to the VPN but can't ping the address of the server that has the software application.  For this reason the application times out.  In the Options Statistics most packets are being bypassed.  All of the PC's were configured in the same manner are working in production with the exception of these two.  Any ideas on how to correct this issue.l

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Re: VPN bypassing packets

The troublesome machines, are they 64 bit or 32 bit ?


Installing the 32 bit VPN client on 64 bit machines produces some pretty wierd and illogical behaviors beyond comprehension.


Please confirm the differences between the machines having troubles and the others not having any trouble at all.

FYI, VPN client for 64 bit machines is available only in Cisco VPN Client version 5.0.7

Avinash.

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Re: VPN bypassing packets

The laptops are 32-bit.  I have two that I have not installed which are 64 bit.  I wanted to get the 22 32-bit laptops up first then move on to the two 64-bit.  Nineteen are working fine which is why it is so puzzling that these two don't work.

Cisco Employee

Re: VPN bypassing packets

Hi Sharon,

Bypassed counters increase when you have split tunnel enabled. Is it enabled in your case? Please check the "Route details" tab on you VPN client statistics and paste it here.

Also, what is the headend device that you are connecting to? Is it an ASA, router?

Thanks and Regards,

Prapanch

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Re: VPN bypassing packets

Hello Prapanch.

We are using a CISCO 2851 ISR for the VPN.  As far as the Route details under Options - Statistics - there are no entries on the Local Lan Routes side.  On the Secured Route side it has the IP address to the server that hosts the application and the SubNet Mask of 255.255.255.0.

All of the laptops that have been configured thus far are 32-bit.  The other laptops are also connecting to the same Secured Route.  They won't all be connected at the same time as it is dependent on work schedules.

Thanks.

Sharon

Cisco Employee

Re: VPN bypassing packets

Hey Sharon,

Yes so you do seem to have split tunnelling enabled. Thats the resaon why you see Bypassed counters incrementing. That's normal.

Could you pose a sanitized config from the router and also the output of "show cry isa sa" and "show cry ips sa" from it when your PC is connected to the VPN.

Thanks and regards,

Prapanch

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Re: VPN bypassing packets

The troublesome machines, are they 64 bit or 32 bit ?


Installing the 32 bit VPN client on 64 bit machines produces some pretty wierd and illogical behaviors beyond comprehension.


Please confirm the differences between the machines having troubles and the others not having any trouble at all.

FYI, VPN client for 64 bit machines is available only in Cisco VPN Client version 5.0.7

Avinash.

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