Recently we had to make a change to one of our Cisco 2821 routers. We backed up the startup config to a TFTP server and made the changes.
Unfortunately the changes we made to the router stopped some other services working, so we rolled back to the configuration backup we made before any changes were made and did a reload.
Once the router had booted up with the old config, all services came back online except the Cisco WebVPN. If you use the Cisco VPN program you can connect and VPN OK but we previously had a page
That launched the Cisco WebVPN page and installed the client etc.
Since no ACL changes were made, and we reverted to the backup config anyway I can't see why it would have stopped working.
I can connect to the router using http to view the SDM config pages, so the router is responding to http traffic.
Anyway, have tried numerous different things, but VPN config is beyond the realms of Cisco training I've got. I'm new to this organisation, and the documentation for this router is pretty non-existant unfortunately.
Here is a snippet of the config, can you see anything wrong? Are there any things that would need to be re-configured if a router was reloaded(I wouldn't think so) and are there any "gotchas" with WebVPN setup I may have missed.
webvpn gateway gateway_1
ip address 192.168.0.1 port 443 (IP address adjusted for post)
http-redirect port 80
ssl trustpoint Thawte
webvpn install svc flash:/webvpn/svc.pkg
webvpn context VPN
title "OurCompany - WebVPN"
logo file logo.jpg
ssl authenticate verify all
login-message "You must be authorised to use this service. Disconnect immediate
ly if you are not an authorised user."
policy group policy_1
svc address-pool "VPN_Pool"