IOS SSL VPN fails to connect, CSCtx38806.pdf file for more info...There is bug with router IOS. if anyone cannot connect to router webvpn service via 3.1.00495 anyconnect client and it is giving you certificate error. you would be only able to connect via SSL web page not via client. Then please upgrade your IOS to latest version. IOS SSL VPN fails to connect after microsoft security update KB2585542 Workaround: Use rc4, w which is a less secure encryption option. If this meets your security needs, then you may use it as follows:
webvpn gatew ay gatew ay name ssl encryption rc4-md5
I have anyconnect-win-2.5.6005-k9.pkg anyconnect installed on router. When I try to connect with webvpn from client on machine 2.5.6005 anyconnect or latest secure mobility client 00495. it gives me certificate error. it doesn’t connect me with IOS web VPN. I can connect via SSL web page. There is bug please upgrade your IOS to latest version.
I'm running Cicso AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client v3.0.07059 for work. Attached is a sceenshot of my network connections. I'm currently hardwired on my network connection and the Cisco VPN is a virtual adapter but is shows "network cable unplugged."
I am having a problem configuring SCEP for my secure mobility client. I have created a connection profile to allow certificate requests but when I fill in the step-forwarding-url field I get an error. The CA we are using is an internal MS CA with SCEP already enabled. This has been configured for a long time with our current Cisco VPN client using certificate authentication. The ASA is running 8.4.1.Here is the error I get when I try to enter the command into the group policy associated with my certificate enrollment connection profile: group-policy SSLGP attributes. url...
We currently have an ASA 5505 Firewall with VPN services configured. The system is running ASA Version 9.0.0 and ADSDM 7.0.2. I installed the "Cisco AnyConnect Sercure Mobility Client" Version 3.1.01065 on my Windows 7 Ultimate PC. When I try to connect to my VPN service I ge the following message:
Security Warning: Untrusted VPN Server Certificate! AnyConnect cannot verify the VPN server: XXX.XXX.XX.XX
-Certifiate does not match the server name -Certificate is from an untrusted source. -Certificate is not identified for this purpose.
Without purchasing a certificate from a 3rd Party vendor, is it possible to register a "Self" generated Certificate to get rid of this message? If so are there any "Detailed" (e.g., simplified or not in Cisco-eeze language) instructions on how to setup the Firewall to "push" the certificate to the VPN client so the message doesn't come up for the user?
I recently got my hands on the latest Secure Mobility VPN v3.1.01 client. We are upgrading from the old anyconnect 2.4 client so there are many changes that are catching us by surprise. The biggest issue I have right now is that the new Mobility VPN launches automatically when a user signs into a machine. We would like to disable that automatic connection/launch feature. With the old 2.4 client we simply disabled the AnyConnect Service in Services.msc by default and started it up when a user was ready to connect.
The problem is.....When I log in, the client does its start-up bit, and then displays a "This certificate is intended for the following purpose(s):" message. If I decline the certificate, it gives me the error message shown in the image, but I can otherwise continue and establish my VPNs with no problem.
Unfortunately, the certificate it selects has nothing to do with my organization ( in fact, the certificate is for "*.whitepages.com" - see images). To make matters worse, I can not find this referenced certificate anywhere under my user context in Windows.
I have tried removing, rebooting, and re-installing - it does no good.How do I force the client to stop using this incorrect certificate, and to at least use one that belongs to my organization?
Windows clients work fine. When loaced from safari in Mac OS, it also works fine. -- If I browse to the url, like vpn.xxx.com/profilename, I can login and anyconnect will start and connect automatically. Only when run from applications > Cisco > Cisco Anyconnect Secure Mobility Client, I will get this failure. Is this a configuration issue?
We are using an ASA 5520, running 8.4(3). We have users running the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client 3.1.02026. I have the AnyConnect connection profile configured to authenticate users using LDAP over SSL. I enabled the password management and am able to get password change prompts to appear in the AnyConnect client. However, new passwords are rejected and changing passwords through that prompt does not work. I'm not sure what the cause of the problem is, since LDAP over SSL is enabled and working, which is required for the password management feature
I just moved in with my friend and i'm having trouble connecting to wireless router linksys WRT54GS2 V1. My roommate can connect his laptop and desktop to the router wirelessly, but my iphone and laptop can't connect. I've tried both of my devices on a wireless network at a friend's house, and both worked fine. We even changed AND removed the password and it doesn't let me log on the internet.
My linksys used to always connect toa secure network, (secure network does show up in network list) BUT the linksys will only connect to unsecure shown network. How do I get it back to connecting to the secure network?
I recently had an issue with my laptop that required a complete reinstall of windows. As if this wasn't bad enough, I lost the password that I had for my router. Thinking it was no big deal I just went ahead and reset the router back to factory settings assuming I would be able to set up a network and encrypt it as I had before. Just testing the functionality, I was able to access my router while it was not encrypted and with the DSL modem plugged in, I also had internet access. I did this both wireless and with Ethernet cable.
Happy to see this, I decided it would be a good idea to re-encrypt my router to prevent any outside access. So as I had done before I went to the setting page where I set up a network with a web key. The only thing I entered at all was the paraphrase for the key then saved the setting to test it out. I refreshed the available wireless networks and mine was there and was now listed as secure. I then proceeded to click on the network, entered the key, and then waited for it to connect. The problem is, it never would connect. It continuously tries to connect, and says it is trying to "acquire the network address" but never does. Since then I have been on the hunt trying many different suggestions I have seen online, but none of the situations were quite like this one.
I have kindle fire that is unable to connect to the wireless network.All otehr devices windows phone, xbox and laptop are able to connect seamlessly.Amazon also sent me a replacement, but the issue is still the same. The error is:
"Unable to connect to the selected access point, Please check the password you provided."
Also, I removed the security on the network to see if its able to connect without password.The state where it fails is Obtaining IP address and it fails again.
My laptop suddenly stopped being able to conect to my home wifi router. It stays at "waiting for network to be ready" while at the back the wifi list stays at "acquiring network adress" for a couple of minutes and then resets to regular disconnected status.All my other wireless gadgets at home can connect with no problem whatsoever.Wifi strength is great and, when disabling security, the laptop connects without a hitch and very quickly. I tried all possible security combinations the router can give me, always using a second wifi device to check if connection and browsing was possible.i tried everything I googled: drivers, firmwares, ipconfig reset renew, started and stopped services, to no avail.
I have a ISA 2006 server with a static WAN IP that runs our Office, 2 DC's (1 file server), One sharepoint, and 20 Desktops, In the same rack i have a webserver with its own static WAN IP NOT connected to the Local network (to keep it secure and keep Users from using that as web access). The cable modem has 2 ip's. that goes to a switch , one leg feeds the ISA which in turn feeds the LAN switch. the other leg feeds the webserver. Is it possible to connect the Webserver to the LAN, but keep the WAN IP and not allow users to use that connection to the internet. ( keep all internet traffic going through the ISA ) but allow the webserver to transfer backups and such to the File Server on the LAN. FYI: the Webserver has 4 NIC's
Have HP Mini netbook running Windows XP. At work I used to be able to connect to the secure wireless network, but can't anymore. The computer has no problem connecting to any other secure or unsecure network. It detects a signal and sends and receives data, but the status remains at "Acquiring Network Address".
I have a Cisco E1000 that I was changing settings on and now I cannot connect when I have a secure connection. I can connect when I disable security, I can also connect with a USB wireless adapter. Anyone else can connect to the wireless, but I cannot with my internal wireless adapater if the router is in secure mode, but I can with unsecure mode. I'm not sure what I changed or when, or if it is a coincidence. I'm using Windows Vista Home Edition. I have two wireless connections. The wireless 2 with the netgear adapter is working but the wireless with the Atheros is not. The wireless connector works with other other networks, just not the Cisco E1000 and the Cisco E1000 works with other computers. When I connect with the Atheros to the Cisco it just shows "Local Only".
My laptop suddenly stopped being able to conect to my home wifi router. It stays at "waiting for network to be ready" while at the back the wifi list stays at "acquiring network adress" for a couple of minutes and then resets to regular disconnected status. All my other wireless gadgets at home can connect with no problem whatsoever.Wifi strength is great and, when disabling security, the laptop connects without a hitch and very quickly. I tried all possible security combinations the router can give me, always using a second wifi device to check if connection and browsing was possible.I tried everything I googled: drivers, firmwares, ipconfig reset renew, started and stopped services, to no avail.
I recently found out my laptop (Windows Vista)...cannot connect to secured networks. I was to connect to router using ethernet cable before, then i can connect to an unsecured network just fine..i remember that 2 years ago i can connect to secured networks...
i can't provide the name or brand of the router since it is owned by the landlord and only provided me with the password
I've tried two operating systems (Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows XP) two different wireless adaptors (Dell M1530 internal adaptor and Alfa USB Adaptor which I get full bars on) and tried a different Dell M1530 laptop which I'm also having issues with. I've also tried to diagnose the network with a tool, but I'm totally unable to connect to it so I'm unable to get any more information.If I try to connect to an unsecured network, it works perfectly. I'm totally stumped about this, due to the fact that I've used two different operating systems, two different adaptors and two different laptops (albeit the same brand).
I am currently using a Dell Inspiron with Windows 7 and I am having issues connecting with my wireless router. It is a Netgear WNR1000 v2. I live in an apartment with two other guys and both of them are able to connect to the router perfectly, and one of them has the exact same computer as I do. We have other wireless networks around our apartment that aren't secure and I can connect to them but I can't connect to the secure router.
So we just got a new router for our higher speed internet. The modem is an Actiontec Q1000 from Qwest. We used to live out in the middle of nowhere, so we never needed to secure our internet. Now we live close to neighbors and we need to encrypt the wireless. When I try any encryption, however, I can't connect at all. I have tried temporarily having it unlocked and I could connect without a problem. It also works fine when I'm using my Ethernet cord.
Heres my IPCONFIG.
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:Windowssystem32>ipconfig/all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Owner-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
I came home and was unable to wirelessly connect to my secure home network. I can connect to it secure and wired as well as unsecured and wireless, but not secured and wireless. I have done malware scans and checked for driver updates for both my netowrking card and the Linksys WRT54G router firmware...both are good. All of the other systems in the house can wirelessly connect to it while secured, so I've narrowed it down to clearly being a problem with my computer. I am using Vista Home Premium 64 bit on an ASUS G50VT.