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what is this error?
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Cisco VPN: "Error 5: No hostname exists for this connection entry. Unable to make VPN connection"

In your client, you'll need to modify the connection.    Then fill in the correct hostname/ip as well as the group and the password.  

Good luck.
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I'm checking on older questions to see if you needed clarification or additional help....
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