5196 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Nov 19, 2007 6:16 AM by maverickws
I have exactly the same problems. The connections is broken at different intervals
Ferther I recognised that not all the protokolls are supported correctly. When I tried to use ARD 3.1 I am able to see the clienst. In the List is shown wchich Program is active at tat moment, but I am not able to share the the screen for remote support.
Whit all other hardware VPN Servers the Apple PPTP Client works normal so I suggest their must be an incompatibility
I have the same connectivity problems with Cisco VPN client. Very frequent connection drops. I use the latest client offered by our university (v 4.9.01).
I have to use a special VPN plugin through Firefox, after using Rosetta on Firefox. Then minimize the connection window while I work on the network. Its stable that way.
One our our IT guys set up an ethernet printer on my MacBook, and ever since, the Cisco VPN has been unreliable. Recently, however, it has failed utterly. All network printers are now gone. The error message from the Cisco VPN client is
Error 51: Unable to communicate with the VPN subsystem. Please make sure that you have at least one network interface that is currently active and has an IP address and start this application again.
I obviously have network connection, as I am typing this message through a brower on that computer. I need to emphasize that it used to work, and we havent changed anything (that I know of).
Has anyone encountered this variation?