I have installed the new version of DCNM Prime (Version: 6.2(1) and all installation process went well without any error or warning, DCNM SAN client works well I can loggin and manage my MDS and UCS, but I have big issue to run DCNM LAN client after successful logging I have window that freezing and nothing is displayed (see printscreen attachment) I reinstalled several time Java, installed four version different of Java, tried this client from three different PC and still have the same issue.
I was trying to search for cisco vpn client version 5.x for MAC OS but only saw the latest version at 4.9. If version 5 is out for MAC? Also, what the latest possible version of the vpn client is for MAC that is compatible with both the vpn 3080 concentrator and asa5580?
I have a problem with VPN Passthrough with a NCP Client and Cisco ASA 5520 Version 8.4(3)A VPN IPSec Connection with a Cisco VPN Client through the Cisco ASA works fine.The NCP Client establish a connection with Source and Destination UDP 4500 to the remote VPN Gateway and the connection setup is aborted.If I establish a connection with a NCP Client on a Virtual Machine with NAT , the connection setup works fine.A connection setup under VM in Bridge mode is also aborted.The VPN Passthrough problem with the NCP Client started with the Update to version 8.4(3)The connection worked very well until version 8.2(5).
I am having this problem trying to connect to my university network trough the vpn client from a pc running Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit: the client connects but I have no Internet access. I first believed that the problem was related to the fact that I had ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus+Firewall installed, but I made several steps, including the complete removal of the ZoneAlarm product, and I still have the same problem.
Here's what I see in the log:
Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 5.0.07.0290 Copyright (C) 1998-2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Client Type(s): Windows, WinNT Running on: 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
Using the same client (32 bit version) in another pc of my lan which runs Windows XP and that had never ZoneAlarm installed on it, I have no problems.Also, using Shrew Soft Vpn Client 2.1.7 on the problematic pc I can connect to vpn without problems, so I am really stuck trying to understand what's wrong with Cisco Vpn Client.
I have a client that is getting disconnected quite frequently from our VPN Concentrator and in looking at the server I cna find no issues or cause for the disconnect. his ping to the concentrator never fails, but yet is disconnects. I have hundreds of remote VPN clients connecting to the same concentrator without issues.
I would like to know if there is a way I can use an XML file to pre-fill the connect field of the Anyconnect client version 3.0. In the past, I have been able to use an XML file to pre-fill information in the NAC agent so I could push it out to clients who didn't have administrator rights to their box. I was wondering if there is a similar method to do this with the Anyconnect client.
I have been working on trying to get an IPAD using the built in VPN client to connect to an ASA5510 version 8.2(5). I have attached the debug from where I have gotten so far. Phase 1 is failing somewhere but the messages aren't real clear or at leat not to me. The ASA is acting as the local CA for the certificate. I inherited the config from another guy as he couldn't get it working and I have made some progress but still not luck in getting the tunnel to just come up. Access to resources will be next but I'd like to just see the ipad show connected.
Source--- Router 1 ( ip 188.8.131.52) --ACE---router---cloud---customer---router--destination( ip 184.108.40.206). Traceroute from client to destination shows the following: traceroute 220.127.116.11 traceroute to 18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124), 30 hops max, 40 byte packets 1 126.96.36.199 (188.8.131.52) 1.10 ms 1.78 ms 2 184.108.40.206 (220.127.116.11) 1.01 ms 1.97 ms 2.511 ms 3 18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124) 2.01 ms * 126.96.36.199 (188.8.131.52) 2.330 ms
So on this, the destination is 184.108.40.206.The first hop is the default gateway, which is 220.127.116.11.After that, the next step is the Cisco ACE.After that there are several hops to the destination.Looks like for some reason the Cisco ACE is not recording his ip.( For any destination traceroute result is the saame.ICMP is allowed in the access list and also ther is ICMP inspect in my config. access-list ICMP line 10 extended permit icmp any
class-map type management match-any abc 201 match protocol ssh source-address X.X.0.0 x.x.0.0 class-map match-all ICMP_allow 2 match access-list ICMP
Licenses are activated on a total of 31 devices (nexus 5000 and 3000 series), data is being monitored, graphics are drawn. However under the Web user interface of DCNM, under Health, Virtual Port Channels (vPC) no data is shown. Performance, vPC is also empty. No vPC errors/notifications are displayed. The installed advanced-eval licenses should support all the bells and whistles (including vPC), but still- no monitoring is done about vPC-s. vPC-s are up and active. network is discovered and monitored via snmp v2c only. could this be limiting vPC discovery- needing snmpv3/ssh access?
McAffee scan of acs 1113 appliance running the 4.2 build 124 patch 12 version reports that a medium vulnerability exists because the system has SSH version 1. Any way to specify only version 2 or turn off SSH?
I'm using two 5500 WLCs with the version 18.104.22.168 When some AP with the part number AIR-CAP1552E-N-K9 associate with them, the 802.11g stays up and the 802.11a stays down.I saw the AP interfaces in Wireless --> All APs and the 802.11a is down and the regulatory domain show me not supported but the 802.11g is working normally.I follow this document from Cisco [URL] and i just have BR - Brazil to support this part number.
We have an issue with View db (Monitoring & Reports) backup on ACS, version 22.214.171.124. We have scheduled incremental backup daily and full backup monthly. Everything has been working well, but since yesterday following errors have appeared, and full and incremental backup stopped working:
Alarm Name System Alarm [Incremental Backup] Cause/Trigger On-demand Full Backup failed Alarm Details CARS_BR_BACKUP_CREATE : -405 : Internal error: couldn't create backup file Alarm Name
We use same repository as always. Backup to the same repository works from CLI.
My understanding is that for fully WLC 5508 integration with ISE 1.1.2, it needs Version 126.96.36.199. Question is if customer has 5508 with either 7.0.230 or 7.0.98, and ISE 1.1.2, can AAA part work? what part will not work, any potential issue if they don't upgrade 5508 to 7.2.103?
if i have a LMS server the newest version, and i bout Nexus 7K with its DCNM ver 5.2 (DCNM-N7K-K9) can i install the (DCNM-N7K-K9) license on the Cisco Prime LMS 4.1 Base so that i can manage Nexus through LMS?if this works Can I manage all Nexus switches also?
I have installed DCNM 5.2(2c) on windows box to manage Nexus 7K devices.\ have for the time being one device that i have manage and i see often the following text:Discrepancy in device accounting log,Recommended action: clear the accounting log and discover the device. Device details are not available.How can i delete the accounting log and why do i have this message ?
It's been discovering a 6513 for over 90 minutes. Is this an expected duration or is something likely malfunctioning or is it just the sheer # of interfaces that it must process? The Nexus 5k's that it has discovered progressed fairly quickly.
I am trying to get our DCNM to discover the 5548. When I put my credentials for that appliance. I get this error .Failed Device x.x.x.x OS Version 5.1(3)N1(1) is not supported . The DCNM version we have is 5.2(1)S74.
We've gotten two Nexus 7009's in and I'm starting to configure them when I found I couldn't add VDCs. I found there was no license installed but the only licenses I found that came with them are "Cisco DCNM for LAN Enterprise Lic for one Nexus 7000 Chassis". So my question is this - do I need to configure a DCNM server to get the license pushed to these two 7009s or should there be another PAK for each chassis that I can register and get my enterprise services?
, I have ipsec vpn setup on an asa5505 at one of my office locations but when I try to log in to the vpn with the vpn client it just dont work but I have a Linux laptop with vpnc loaded and that connects just fine no problems there ? by the way on my windows system i Have vpn client 5.0.07 asa5505 8.0.(4) asdm 6.1.(3)
I installed on 2 different PCs (Win7 64-bit) the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.07 with the same VPN profile for 2 different users. We use an ASA5505 (8.0(5) sec plus license) as the VPN end point for the clients. The VPN Clients can connect simultaneously to the ASA, they receive the split tunnel infos but only ONE client can ping the internal network ip range. The other one has no access to the internal resources! When they separately try to connect, there is no problem. Each of them can reach the internal net.On other 2 PCs (Win 7 32-bit) the clients have no problem reaching the internal net (simultaneously connect).
I recently upgraded from a WRT54G and am having issues with a Win7 PC with wireless-N. Initially I had it configured static at 192.168.100.100 and everything worked, but the speeds were miserable (I followed all the forum posts and recommended settings). I noticed in the Status section of the router pages that the system showed up with the correct MAC address, but the IP showed as 192.168.100.10, which is the same as the router. Assuming this might be causing issues, I set a reservation for the system at .100 and set the client to use DHCP. However, now it won't pull an IP address at all. The status pages show the client with the correct MAC address, but an IP of 0.0.0.0. I've verified the MAC address a dozen times and rebooted the router and the client dozens of times with no change. Even when I removed the reservation, the system won't pick up an IP. I have a wireless-G client that's pulling an IP fine, so I know it's sort of working. The wired LAN is working fine, too. There are no IP conflicts, either. I changed DHCP to 'Always Broadcast (compatibility for some DHCP clients), but no change there, either. The client sees the network and still has a good signal, but just won't grab an IP.
A customer of mine has two RV082 in different locations. The "main" router is providing a gateway-to-gateway VPN tunnel, and is also used by a few road warriors for VPN access. We've had some issues with the "main" router lately, so we've decided to exchange it for a brand new device (v3). The old RV082 was a hardware revision v2 device, so I had to manually rebuild the config on the new router. The new router is working fine so far - connectivity and gateway-to-gateway VPN are fine. IPsec Client VPN, however, doesn't work at all. The config of the new router is identical to the config of the old one, IPsec Client VPN used to work fine on the old router.
The router is running the latest firmware (v4.0.4.02-tm). I've been trying to make IPsec VPN work with "QuickVPNplus ver: 1.0.6" and the "Cisco QuickVPN Client v188.8.131.52". From what I understand, both programs first connect to the routers external IP and download some sort of VPN config file. The info in that file is then used to create the actual connection. The problem is that the config file is invalid. It contains HTML code instead of config data. This is the code: "<HTML><HEAD><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; URL=/cgi-bin/welcome.cgi"></HEAD><BODY></BODY></HTML>". The URL is the same I see when logging in to the admin interface of the router. The Cisco client tells me in its "wget_error.txt": "rwConnStart message=All 1 wget requests did not return a valid vpnserver.conf". Both clients connect to the router fine, and the config download itself is working - only the returned data is invalid.
I've already tried lots of stuff to make the problem go away - enabling/disabling the firewall, VPN passthrough options, and other things. I'm beginning to think that there may be a bug in the firmware I'm using, or that the way Client VPN works has changed in a way that makes connecting with a client implementing the "old" method impossible. By the way, PPTP is working fine, so we're using it as a temporary workaround. My client, however, isn't happy with this workaround - he bought a relatively expensive router so he can make use of its advanced features, after all.
Attempts to run remote desktop client a laptop on a tower using a CAT 5 Crossover isn't working. After starting the remote desktop on the laptop, I'm asked to identify the other computer, which I do, and a remote desktop window with a black background pops up, as expected. But I expect an opportunity to login will be displayed after a second or so. That never happens. After about a minute this pops up:Remote Desktop Disconnected?Your Remote Desktop session has ended.The connection to the remote computer was lost, possibly due to network connectivity problems. Try connecting to the remote computer again. If the problem continues, contact your network administrator or technical support.
My clients are impressed with my ability to setup their networks, Linksys routers with WIFI. But toss something unfamiliar into the mix, like this situation, and I'm pretty lost, pretty quick.
Environment: Hospital's WIFI. Laptop running XP Home with WIFI and Ethernet. Tower running Win 7 Ultra with Ethernet. Cat 5 crossover cable.
Goal:Configure laptop to access Hospital's WIFI. This is successful, I'm using it to post this. Configure laptop run a remote desktop with the tower as the server. The tower, running Win 7, has no monitor. I don't have a flat screen monitor, and didn't feel like dragging an 80 pound 24 inch Nokia into the hospital.After reading some sites while trying to figure this out, I gave the laptop the same group name, workgroup, as the tower.In my experience, starting the tower has been, turn it on, and it boots to Win 7. But I can't watch that happen without a monitor. I can't configure the the tower's network connections without a monitor either.I purchased the CAT 5 crossover cable yesterday, for this occasion. The label on the plastic bag it was packaged in had the word "Crossover" on it. I connect the CAT 5 to the laptop's single ethernet connection, and to the tower's Intel pro card. At home the laptop is on WIFI, the tower connects to the router.
i have configured remote access VPN to cisco ASA 5520, Cisco vpn client is connecting fine and both phases are coming up but ipsec phase packets are not encapsulating. and ima not able reach the remote subnets 192.168.10.0 and 192.168.180.0. [code]