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error while connecting vpn client

Posted on 2007-11-25
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i just installed a cisco vpn client on mac os X tiger in able to connect to the office vpn cisco firewall.  The error it is giving is "Warning 201: The necessary Vpn sub-system is not available. You can not connect to the remote vpn server"

I have rebooted the computer and manually restarted the service.  
any help is appreciated.
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This issue can be caused by firewall packages installed on your VPN client computer.
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Duuno on Mac OS X, the firewall is a simple defend from outside attacks sort of thing. It may be worth looking at and seeing what options are enabled/disabled in the firewall. System preferences/sharing/firewall tab
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Actually downloading the latest vpn client from cisco resolved the issue. duh.
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