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ATT Air Card - Windows 7 - CISCO VPN

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Any time I connect to the internet via a ATT aircard, I am able to search the web and manuaver to differnt websites.  I then connect to VPN (CISCO ASA 5510), I show that I am connected, I get a IP address from both the ATT network and the VPN network but now I have no network or internet.  This is only happening on computers with Windows 7, the Windows Vista and XP computers have no issues.
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by:Rick Hobbs
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What version VPN client are you running.  Does the client work if you are directly connected to another network?
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I removed the ATT Communication manager and downloaded the Option drivers from:
http://attsupport.option.com/att/velocity
that appears to have corrected the issue.
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