I am attempting to connect ot a corporate Cisco PIX from my Ubuntu 8.04 LTS client.
In the past I have always used the command line to connect to various client VPNs. In this instance I received a pcf file, user name and user password. If I import the populated pcf file into the network manager I can connect successfully. If I use the command line (after running pcf2vpnc against the pcf file and getting a vpnc configuration file into /etc/vpnc) I get propmted for the user password.
When I enter the user password I am prompted again, enter the user password again and the I get a failure message "vpnc: authentication unsuccessful"
I would like to be able to continue to connect using the command line.
I use the following from the command line "vpnc <config file name> --local-port 0" as I have done with many clients in the past.
I need to know why this configuration works from network manager but not from the command line.