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I had another mac on the network with an older version of cisco's vpn client and even though it wasn't on, it seemed to interfere when starting this version. Thanks man ! Worked great! Best integration of Mac and Windows. http://vootext.com/cisco-vpn/cisco-vpn-osx.html

Here's a guide that tells you how to convert from CiscoVPN to the native OS X client. Does anybody knows how to beat this trouble??? Ray Page says: March 15, 2011 at 11:11 pm I too, got this procedure to work. On SL-64 bit kernel, I used the Apple VPN to connect. pop over to these guys

I followed the instructions on this page, using the VPN password as the shared secret, put in the group name, have the connection type right. (yes, I do have the cisco Neopod sent a link to a non-Cisco site for the client: The latest version of VPNClient (r180) works 100 percent with Snow Leopard at this link. One fix requires typing some commands in Terminal to edit a file at /usr/sbin/pppd. Add the following line to your .bash_profile alias resetcisco='sudo SystemStarter restart CiscoVPN' [ Reply to This | # ] A fix for 'Error 51' with the Cisco VPN Client Authored by:

Thank you! C(-)ris ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Throwback Thursday Signature: Options: Reply• Quote Re: Cisco VPN error 51; Already googled and tried some fixes. Very puzzling. Is kernel module loaded?" from Cisco.

Other reports are at Juniper's forums. However, Apple changed the permissions on /usr/sbin/pppd. Previously Shimo would enter the stored username/password so this feature isn't working but it does allow the Cisco User/Pwd box to now appear so I can manually enter the details. If I have check connection on, it will keep retrying the connection.

Nothing on the remote lan can be pinged. Choose a password. I rebuild disk permissions and rebooted, the problem went away and I was able to uncheck the Internet Sharing over Firewire port option and everything worked fine. Here the permanet fix: $ sudo pico /System/Library/StartupItems/CiscoVPN/CiscoVPN Then change the StartService() function to the following: StartService () { #disable fw0 /sbin/ifconfig fw0 down if [ -d $CISCO_VPN_DIR ]; then ConsoleMessage

If the built-in Mac OS X client is unavailable, re-configure your Mac to boot into the 32bit kernel.  This issue had not been much of a concern until recently, March 2011, http://www.macworld.com/article/1136208/ciscovpn.html Neither Cisco IOS VPN routers nor the VPN 3000 Series Concentrators support the iPhone VPN capabilities. Anders from Cambridge, MA #216 | Wednesday, February 23, 2011 6:46 AM Pourya brings up a great point. Steve from Minneapolis #4 | Friday, May 4, 2007 5:30 PM Nice - works to correct the same issue when running Windows on a Mac (restart the Cisco VPN Service).

Now, I see a successful connect, authentication and IP address, even the banner message, but almost immediately after that, the VPN disconnects! http://vootext.com/cisco-vpn/cisco-vpn-client-mac-os.html You may need a _Shared Secret_ or certificate from your network or security department to configure the VPN settings, but there_s no need for the stand-alone VPN Client software in Snow I use a Treo700p with MobilStreams USB Modem to connect to the internet when away from a hotspot. This explains it all.

anyone have similar problems or ideas on how to fix? I'm currently using OSX's VPN to a Cisco ASA 5510 with SecureID authentication. Hopefully, this will help others with this problem –Michael Merchant Jan 6 '13 at 17:50 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote In my case it happened if running the http://vootext.com/cisco-vpn/cisco-asa-qm-fsm-error.html I have a question though.

I quit VPN, then enabled each service and restarted VPN, to see which service was the apparent cause but I was able to re-enable ALL of them and still the VPN None of the above fixes worked. Voila it's working.

I tried all the suggestions until I found one that worked, Thank You!

thewhell from buffalo, ny #182 | Monday, April 12, 2010 8:05 AM Awesome thanks!!! Dismiss this and quit the app. - Open a terminal window and issue the following commands to fix the permissions on the /usr/sbin/pppd directory as Super User. Casey Woods from Calgary, AB #55 | Tuesday, February 19, 2008 12:03 PM Thanks! Access terminal and execute: $ ifconfig -a Enter password if prompted.

I've tried re-installing the VPN client, etc. Other MacWindows Departments | Product Solutions | Reports and Tips | News Archives | | MacWindows Home | | Top of Page | This site created and maintained by Copyright 2009-2012 I simply opened the Network Pref Pane and clicked on the "details" or "advanced" button for whatever connection method was active, and that enabled Cisco to connect. http://vootext.com/cisco-vpn/cisco-anyconnect-xp.html Sorry, I don't have a suggestion for you outside of reinstalling the Cisco VPN software.

Sharninder says: December 9, 2009 at 12:04 pm Aah ! nicolas from france #192 | Tuesday, July 20, 2010 12:11 PM The cisco driver doesn't work when running the 64 bits kernel. Current news on the MacWindows home page TIP: Advice for secure Cisco settings in Snow Leopard Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Brian Povlsen (who runs the useful Chicago Mac/PC Support blog on The above hack should side-step all of these issues by causing the CiscoVPN to re-initialize.

tried reinstalling and everything.. As detailed on the linked site, the solution is a relatively simple command that you execute in Terminal (found in Applications -> Utilities). I don't even get an error. Naomi van Eenennaam from Amsterdam, Netherlands #200 | Thursday, October 7, 2010 2:05 PM Thanks!

I've always connected to my work VPN with this method and never needed to use the official Cisco client. Pascal Drew from France #22 | Wednesday, November 7, 2007 5:03 AM I have also just upgraded to Leopard 10.5 and it has started happening to me too, tried earlier ideas Rating 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 5 (3 ratings) Log in or register to post comments Comments Collapse all Recent replies first FiveFiveFive Thu, 06/16/2011 - 18:44 Let me