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Old 12-12-2007, 06:12 PM
 
Default vpnagentd

Someone set up a VPN for us.* He set it for windows.
I went to the web page, logged in with the login and
password he gave.* The anyconnect detected I was on
Linux and downloaded something and set it up.
I have vpnagentd running now on my CentOS4.5
he gave me an IP address to which ping should respond
if the VPN is set up correctly.* However ping did not respond.

I borrowed someone's windows xp and IE and did the same thing.
I was the VPN running in the tray, and it close IE.* When I did
a ping, the IP address responded.

He sent me this pcf file which has all the config stuff.
When I did vpnui it said "no profile".

Again he said he was a bit unfamiliar with Linux.* I placed his
pcf file under /opt/cisco/vpn/profile and called it profile.pcf
and I did a /etc/init.d/vpnagent_init stop and a
/etc/init.d/vpnagent_init start but still got the No profile found"
error, and the address would not ping.

Does anyone know the correct location for this pcf file?
(It is called AWC.pcf when I received it and I copied to
profile.pcf).


Thanks



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