The clients were updated in the morning; the change on the VPN server
from older to new client was very quick (as in one command).
There should not have been any noticeable difficulty accessing the client.
Rama, what specifically happens when you try to connect with the
Please let me know the last time you tried with the AnyConnect client,
and what your public IP address is; I can see if the logs on the server
provide any enlightenment.
On 9/27/10 9:18 PM, Andrew Hendrickson wrote:
> Hmm, when I connected the Anyconnect client downloaded and installed a new client version.
> Perhaps Network Services was updating the clients installs on the host at the time you tried to connect?
> On Sep 27, 2010, at 6:16 PM, Rama Kocherlakota wrote:
>> Sorry, should have mentioned - it's a Win7 netbook.
>> On 9/27/2010 5:45 PM, Rama Kocherlakota wrote:
>>> I have an ASUS netbook that I am trying to use to access
>>> sslvpn.uvm.edu. If I go to the web site, it goes through its
>>> usual sequence of authenticating, downloading, and launching,
>>> but then, in the process of activating the VPN adapter, it gives
>>> me the rather cryptic error message that "VPN has encountered an
>>> error" and fails.
>>> - I've tried using the browser-based Java version under Chrome
>>> and the Active-X version under MSIE.
>>> - I've tried with the standalone AnyConnect application
>>> - I've tried turning off the Windows firewall, FWIW.
>>> But nothing seems to help. I'm working on a secured Wi-Fi
>>> network - and other machines on the same Wi-Fi network connect
>>> reliably with no issues. Any thoughts?