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Thread: My VPN Connection Keeps Dropping, *****es!!!!

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    That's cause Cisco sucks.

    Get Shrewsoft. It's free and ten times better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    That's cause Cisco sucks.

    Get Shrewsoft. It's free and ten times better.
    Another comment from natures condom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebigragu View Post
    Another comment from natures condom.
    That doesn't make any sense.

    Spend more time with your poodle. Maybe the intelligence will rub off on you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Seriously, wtf?

    Any Cisco tech-heads have any suggestions?

    We just got a new DSL modem/router (yeah, DSL, I know, but normally its rock solid) and it keeps dropping literally every 15 minutes.

    It's happening connecting wirelessly and through a wired connection.

    Is there any partciualr settings in the router I should be looking at to help combat this nonsense? We're using Cisco VPN 5.0.06.0160
    Is this IPSec VPN? what is the remote device terminating the VPN? Is it managed by you or your organization or 3rd party? PM me a "sh log" from the remote VPN endpoint and from your VPN client.

    Id look at the wireless first before the VPN.

    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    That's cause Cisco sucks.

    Get Shrewsoft. It's free and ten times better.
    You should not be discussing technology

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmitexxi View Post
    You should not be discussing technology
    I only VPN into work from my house every single day... what do I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    I only VPN into work from my house every single day... what do I know.
    How's the nanus holding up?

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    Yo fish - the Cisco VPN client also has the ability to set the mtu rate on the Cisco virtual adapter - try lowering it as well if ur still having issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peebag View Post
    How's the nanus holding up?
    lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    That's cause Cisco sucks.

    Get Shrewsoft. It's free and ten times better.
    It's what my work uses...so I don't have a choice.

    Quote Originally Posted by dmitexxi View Post
    Is this IPSec VPN? what is the remote device terminating the VPN? Is it managed by you or your organization or 3rd party? PM me a "sh log" from the remote VPN endpoint and from your VPN client.

    Id look at the wireless first before the VPN.



    You should not be discussing technology


    Yeah I beleive it is IPSec, and it's being managed by my office, I beleive.
    I tried wirelessly and hardwired, same crap.



    Quote Originally Posted by Peebag View Post
    Yo fish - the Cisco VPN client also has the ability to set the mtu rate on the Cisco virtual adapter - try lowering it as well if ur still having issues.

    My MTU on my router is set to 1500, I may lower it down to 1200 or so & see if that works. I have to check the logs on the client to see what's killing the session.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    It's what my work uses...so I don't have a choice.





    Yeah I beleive it is IPSec, and it's being managed by my office, I beleive.
    I tried wirelessly and hardwired, same crap.






    My MTU on my router is set to 1500, I may lower it down to 1200 or so & see if that works. I have to check the logs on the client to see what's killing the session.
    Why not just say "Phuck It" and go on vacation instead?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    It's what my work uses...so I don't have a choice.





    Yeah I beleive it is IPSec, and it's being managed by my office, I beleive.
    I tried wirelessly and hardwired, same crap.






    My MTU on my router is set to 1500, I may lower it down to 1200 or so & see if that works. I have to check the logs on the client to see what's killing the session.

    PM SAR for his recommendations.


    *snicker*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    I'm not falling for that one again.
    I think he meant that you should pass a magnet over your hard drive and not actually RUN a magnet over your hard drive which could lead to problems depending on the footwear in use at the time.

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