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 From:  Stefan Frank <Mono dot General at RootServices dot Biz>
 To:  Christoph Hanle <christoph dot hanle at leinpfad dot de>, MonoWall-General List <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: Re: [m0n0wall] Two problems which may (may not) have easy solutions...
 Date:  Tue, 14 Mar 2006 20:03:43 +0100
Hi Everyone ...

I saw on a website that someone sayed that cisco offers a free
update for software with bugs and/or security holes. I do not
know whether thats true (i dont have any contracts with cisco at
this moment) - but maybe you should consider to contact your
cisco/sales partner (or directly cisco) if is related to a bug..

Best regards,
Stefan Frank

Looking for Monowall Adjustment?

Christoph Hanle schrieb:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">Jeffrey
> A. Monroe schrieb:
>> I have been testing the 1.21 version of m0n0wall. I like it, but I
>> have two problems which keep me from using it in a production
>> environment.
>> First, my m0n0wall is setup with the WAN and OPT1 bridged and I have
>> set the advanced setting to enable the bridge.
>> 2) We use the Cisco VPN client 4.6.x to reach inside some of our
>> clients networks. It seems that some of the UDP port activity is
>> blocked. I see the login screen and then it hangs. I have sene some
>> discussion about the Cisco VPN client 4.7.x fixing the problem. Most
>> of my clients have not renewed their Cisco support contracts so they
>> are not getting updated client software. Is there any way to modify
>> the ruleset to make this work?
> Hi,
> I have no problems with the cisco VPN-Client 4.0.x and 4.7.x with
> allowed UDP port 500 to UDP port 500 and allowed ESP connecting to
> PIXes with 6.35 and 7.04. On the other hand, if you have problems with
> the VPN-Client 4.6.x it is a bug (or feature (-;)) from cisco and the
> problem should be solved with upgrading the Client
> bye
> Christoph
>> Thanks,
>> Jeffrey Monroe
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