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I disabled my internet security software and windows firewall but still get this error message. Get the help and guidance you need from experienced professionals who care. Download your free eBook now! If so, has it connected to your router? You should be using v4.

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Solutions Learn More Through Courses. Experts Exchange Solution brought to you by Enjoy your complimentary solution view. Get every solution instantly with Premium. Start your 7-day free trial. I wear a lot of hats If so, has it connected to your router? Even if you aren' using it intentionally, has it managed to get a WiFi connection to somewhere?

Some AV products also have some firewall functionality. If so, I'd guess it'd interfere with your use of TCP port You should not have to configure anything on the router to allow that to work as the client is using transparent tunnelling.

Which concentrator are you using? Yes it does have WiFi and I am using that to connect. I am not running any security products besides the windows firewall and Antivir antivirus. I opened Antivir and found no reference to any firewalling functionality in the program itself. I can change that on the client easily.

However, how hard is that to change on the concentrator. I manage the concentrator as best I can but know little about it. How do you set up udp or different ports for tcp? Rel Jun 21 Rel May 06 Hi Thanks for the concise, helpful answers. You can check what your VPN group is set to when logged on to the Click on the Client Config tab.

Click on Apply at the bottom of the page but don't save the changes until you see if they work! But not for TCP. I'll look into that later. I also added a few different ports to try with TCP. I will be trying it this afternoon. Hello, I tried three different TCP ports, none of which worked. I then tried UDP. It was really strange. I tried uninstalling the VPN client and reinstalled it. Then, just to see if it would work, I tried a wired connection to the Router.

Sure enough, it worked. However, as soon as I switched back to wireless it didn't work. The other computer I have at home is has a wire connection to the router and that is why the VPN works on that machine. So now the question is, why does the wireless create problems with the VPN and how do I get the wireless to work. Thanks for your help so far. We are making progress. As an additional note: The VPN connection does not work from college either where I am connected wirelessly.

For this reason, I don't think that it is a router setting. You should be using v4. Cisco VPN concentrator or what? Are you by chance using a Dell WiFi card? There are known issues with some of these: Are you still working on this? Can you close out this question before the cleanup crew gets around to it? It's more than this solution. Get answers and train to solve all your tech problems - anytime, anywhere. Try it for free Edge Out The Competition for your dream job with proven skills and certifications.

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