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VPN error 51 doesnt let connect

Posted on 2006-06-09
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I'm using Win XP Srvc Pk 2.

I installed VPN client 4.6.02.0011. When I try to open it I get the following error:

Error 51 IPC Socket  allocation failed !.  error -4h

HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!. I already Uninstalled and installed agian , but nothing


PLease help
 
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by:Rob Williams
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Open the services management control panel by entering in the start/run box  services.msc  look for the Cisco Systems Service and verify it is set to automatic and started.  See if that helps to resolve.
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          Finally, I got it.
Start | control panel | security center | windows firewall | exceptions | add port, Identify this as UDP, enter port 62515, select UPD when prompted. Close or exit out. Close windows and start VPN client. Bingo.


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Rob Williams earned 500 total points
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Glad to hear you were able to resolve. Surprised you didn't get a Windows pop up asking you if you wanted to allow the connection when you started the client. Windows usually does this, and when you select yes it automatically configures the appropriate port.
Cheers.
--Rob
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Thanks yeru777,
--Rob
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