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Are Cisco & Checkpoint vpn clients compatible?

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Can I use a Cisco client to connect to a Checkpoint device & Vice versa?
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> Can I use a Cisco client to connect to a Checkpoint device & Vice versa?

I'd say no. I know the way they do authentication and apply the security policy are totally different, using the manufacturers specific handling for them on their VPN server products.
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The Cisco client only works with Cisco devices.
Cisco devices only work with Cisco client.
 Sorry.
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Many thanks chaps.
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