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HTTPS Cisco VPN Cocentrator

Posted on 2007-03-25
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Hi everyone.  I have a Cisco 3000 VPN Concentrator that I cant access from a browser using the Concentrator Internal IP on my internal network  (https://192.168.x.x).  I can still access from the CLI using telnet fine just not the web GUI.  Does anyone have any good suggestions of things to check to make sure I have access to this web page from my LAN?   Any help is greatly appreciated.

 
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by:batry_boy
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By default, there is no SSL certificate on the concentrator so you have to generate a self-signed one (or buy a third party one) to enable https functionality.  Can you try regular http and see if you get a login page?  If so, is there a link that mentions something about SSL connectivity?  If you don't have a certificate generated, there should be a link on the login page that will walk you through creating one.

Post back if this isn't the case...
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by:JaybirdJets
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It had been running great for quite awhile actually.  I went to log in one and I got page cannot be displayed like the page doesnt exist--- so I am not quite sure what is wrong. I have looked into quite few things but nothing is adding up.
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Does it display a web login page with regular http?
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by:JaybirdJets
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I did a couple of more reboots and it came back up. It has been running great since.  Thanks for the help.  Sorry it took me so long to get back but I wanted to see if it was going to not show again.
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