At 14:54 19-11-10, YvesDM wrote:
>On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Toni <bsd underscore ml at tiveron dot net> wrote:
> > At 10:00 19-11-10, you wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I got customers trying to setup a vpn connection to cisco ssl vpn
> >> server. (customers are behind m0n0wall)
> >> They manage to setup the vpn using the cisco client, but as soon as
> >> the vpn is up they can't browse the web anymore.
> >> When they setup the vpn with the same notebook, but from another
> >> location (read: not from behind a m0n0wall) all works fine.
> >> Anyone has a solution or any pointers for this, I'm a little bit stuck
> >> here.
> >> Thx
> >> kind regards
> >> Y.
> > do you have the rules for the ip sec traffic?
>Not really, but the strange thing is when we test this ourselfs from a
>32 bit windows 7 to the same vpn server we don't experience any
>(the users with the problems all use 64bit windows versions, i should
>have mentioned, sorry)
>Which rules do you add for ipsec traffic? Do you mean the rule
>allowing the esp protocol or any others?
A rule that allow the esp traffic.
which VPN client are you using on 7 64bit? (brand and version)