Setting up a vpn with pix 506e that is using pppoe

I am running a pix 506e with 6.3 FOS.  When I try to setup a vpn i get an error message saying that i cant enable vpn on the same interface as pppoe.  I need to be able to connect to the pix using vista.  Any suggestions?  I tried a link on one of the previous posts but it says access forbidden.

Thanks
johnwest43Asked:
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troubleshooter141Commented:
what type of VPN are you trying to configure?
for use with PPPOE I would use IPSEC VPN
Here is a link explaining how to do this... you might need a Cisco account to be able to access it.
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johnwest43Author Commented:
I dont see the link.
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johnwest43Author Commented:
Sorry I cant access it.  My cco account wont let me.  any other ideas?
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troubleshooter141Commented:
I have attached the document in a PDF format... I hope it helps
IPSEC-VPN-setup.pdf
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johnwest43Author Commented:
I cant get the vpn client to work with vista.  It doesnt even attempt to connect to the remote pix.  I says its connecting but when i debug the remote pix nothing shows up.
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troubleshooter141Commented:
Which client version are you using?
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johnwest43Author Commented:
client version 4.6
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troubleshooter141Commented:
Where is this Vista pc located? is it at a different location than your PIX?
See below for vista client compatibility. Also, the cisco client has a log window that can be used for troubleshooting. Open the client, click on log, log window.


Q. Does Cisco provide a VPN Client for Windows Vista?

A. Cisco VPN Client Version 5 is available for 32-bit Windows Vista. There are no current plans to provide 64-bit support for the Cisco VPN Client but 64-bit support is available for the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client. This client and release notes can be obtained from the Software Center ( registered customers only) .

Note: Cisco VPN Client is only supported on Windows Vista clean install. It means that an upgrade of Windows of any OS to Windows Vista is not supported with the VPN Client Software of this Vista. You must freshly install the Windows Vista and try to install the Vista VPN Client software.

Note:  If you do not have a valid service contract associated with your Cisco.com profile you cannot log in and download the VPN Client software. See Download VPN Client Software for more information.

Tip: The Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client is now available for the Windows Operating Systems, which includes Vista 32 and 64-bit. The AnyConnect client supports SSL and DTLS. It does not support IPSec at this time. Additionally, AnyConnect is available only for use with a Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance that runs version 8.0(2) or later. The client can also be used in weblaunch mode with IOS appliances running version 12.4(15)T. VPN 3000 is not supported.

The Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client and ASA 8.0 can be obtained from the Software Center ( registered customers only) . Refer to the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client Release Notes for more information on the AnyConnect Client. Refer to the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances Release Notes for more information on ASA 8.0.

Note:  If you do not have a valid service contract associated with your Cisco.com profile you cannot log in and download the AnyConnect VPN Client or ASA software. See Download VPN Client Software for more information.
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johnwest43Author Commented:
Guess im out of luck. I only have access to client 4.6
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troubleshooter141Commented:
Do you have a Smartnet contract for your Pix?


I guess for the sake of testing you can try this:
http://helpdesk.ugent.be/vpn/en/akkoord.php

They have a download of the clients. Once you can get it to work you can decide on what options you have but at least you can try it before you buy it I suppose.
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johnwest43Author Commented:
No smartnet. The pix was purchased before i started working here.
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troubleshooter141Commented:
Any luck with version 5 of the client?
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johnwest43Author Commented:
Cant get it.  Says access is forbidden.
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troubleshooter141Commented:
I was able to save the file without any problems..... is this a message from that site or from your network? maybe a web filter at your location?
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