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Our provider changed our wan ip, I changed the pix and all is back up but the vpn clients

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Our internet provider changed our wan IP without telling us. I got the new IP's reconfig the pix and have interent and exchange back up but the vpn 5.0 clients can no longer connect. The config is attached below

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Have you reconfigured the VPN client software to use the new WAN IP address?
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by:matthenkel
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Yes, but I didnt know if I had to recreate the passwords or keys.
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