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Great! Glad something is working well today.

Lynne

On 9/2/11 10:19 AM, Andrew Hendrickson wrote:
> It also appears that my "black hole router" problem is now gone as I 
> set my MTU back to 1500 from 1400 and I can still connect and exchange 
> packets.
>
> Not sure if that's due to the 3.x client or changes in my GMAVT line.
>
> On Sep 2, 2011, at 9:40 AM, Lynne Meeks wrote:
>
>> A couple of folks had a similar issue in August; we fixed their 
>> problem by upgrading to the newest AnyConnect client, which I've also 
>> been using myself for a bit with no issues.
>>
>> Looks like it is time to deploy that version more widely; I've just 
>> uploaded that to SSLVPN so your next connection should get you the 
>> upgrade to 3.0.2052 and hopefully fix the issue.
>>
>> Please let me know if this works for those of you having issues.
>> If for some reason you have trouble with the auto-install let me know 
>> and I can get you the .dmg to install.
>>
>> Lynne
>>
>> On 9/2/11 8:45 AM, Kelvin Chu wrote:
>>> I can get around this by vpning in under parallels; I'm convinced 
>>> this is a new behavior for my machine, though.
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPod
>>>
>>> On Sep 2, 2011, at 8:34 AM, Dean Williams <[log in to unmask] 
>>> <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Kelvin,
>>>>
>>>> Same here, on campus with MacOS X 10.6.8.  I've tried installing 
>>>> the oldest version I could find, but it automatically updates 
>>>> itself to 2.5.3051.   Gives error message: "Network Access: 
>>>> Unavailable - No Networks Detected".   Then when connecting, it 
>>>> seems to establish a session, then immediately disconnects.
>>>>
>>>> Come to think of it, I had the same problem Monday when working 
>>>> from home (a different computer, also running 10.6.8), but I used 
>>>> webdav to avoid the VPN, and never got far trying to diagnose it.
>>>>
>>>> This is just like what I experienced a few months ago (see 
>>>> IT-Discuss for June 9-10). At that time:
>>>>
>>>>> What worked for me was doing a manual uninstall (of 2.5.3041), and 
>>>>> using Safari to do an automated install (of 2.4.0202,which is what 
>>>>> you now get if you go to sslvpn.uvm.edu <http://sslvpn.uvm.edu/>).
>>>>
>>>> I can't find 2.4.0202 now.
>>>>
>>>> I think the relevant log entries are these:
>>>>
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: ClientIfcBase File: 
>>>>> ClientIfcBase.cpp Line: 162 Initializing vpnapi version 2.5.3051 ().
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: loadProfiles File: 
>>>>> ProfileMgr.cpp Line: 112 No profile is available.
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: fileExists File: 
>>>>> Utility/sysutils.cpp Line: 500 Invoked Function: _tstat Return 
>>>>> Code: 2 (0x00000002) Description: unknown File: 
>>>>> /opt/cisco/vpn/AnyConnectLocalPolicy.xml Error: No such file or 
>>>>> directory
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Current Preference Settings: 
>>>>> CertificateStoreOverride: false CertificateStore: All 
>>>>> ShowPreConnectMessage: false AutoConnectOnStart: false 
>>>>> MinimizeOnConnect: true LocalLanAccess: false AutoReconnect: true 
>>>>> AutoReconnectBehavior: DisconnectOnSuspend AutoUpdate: true 
>>>>> ProxySettings: Native AllowLocalProxyConnections: true 
>>>>> PPPExclusion: Disable PPPExclusionServerIP:  AutomaticVPNPolicy: 
>>>>> false TrustedNetworkPolicy: Disconnect UntrustedNetworkPolicy: 
>>>>> Connect TrustedDNSDomains:  TrustedDNSServers:  AlwaysOn: false 
>>>>> ConnectFailurePolicy: Closed AllowCaptivePortalRemediation: false 
>>>>> CaptivePortalRemediationTimeout: 5 ApplyLastVPNLocalResourceRules: 
>>>>> false AllowVPNDisconnect: true EnableScripting: false 
>>>>> TerminateScriptOnNextEvent: false EnableAutomaticServerSelection: 
>>>>> false AutoServerSelectionImprovement: 20 
>>>>> AutoServerSelectionSuspendTime: 4 AuthenticationTimeout: 12
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: InitNSS File: 
>>>>> Certificates/NSSCertUtils.cpp Line: 393 Invoked Function: 
>>>>> NSS_InitReadWrite Return Code: -5977 (0xFFFFE8A7) Description: 
>>>>> unknown
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: CNSSCertStore File: 
>>>>> Certificates/NSSCertStore.cpp Line: 72 Invoked Function: 
>>>>> CNSSCertUtils::InitNSS Return Code: -31391733 (0xFE21000B) 
>>>>> Description: CERTSTORE_ERROR_PROVIDER_ERROR
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: addNSSStore File: 
>>>>> Certificates/CollectiveCertStore.cpp Line: 995 Invoked Function: 
>>>>> CNSSCertStore::CNSSCertStore Return Code: -31391733 (0xFE21000B) 
>>>>> Description: CERTSTORE_ERROR_PROVIDER_ERROR
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: OpenStores File: 
>>>>> Certificates/CollectiveCertStore.cpp Line: 248 Invoked Function: 
>>>>> CCollectiveCertStore::addNSSStore Return Code: -31391733 
>>>>> (0xFE21000B) Description: CERTSTORE_ERROR_PROVIDER_ERROR
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: 
>>>>> OnNegotiateMessageTypesComplete File: ApiIpc.cpp Line: 541 Master 
>>>>> Agent Connection started.
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]VPN state: Disconnected Network 
>>>>> state: No Networks Detected Network control state: Available 
>>>>> Network type: Undefined
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Message type prompt sent to the user: 
>>>>> Please verify your network connection is active.
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMvpnui[25732]Function: attach File: 
>>>>> ClientIfcBase.cpp Line: 425 Client successfully attached.
>>>>> 9/2/11 8:31:10 AMCisco AnyConnect VPN Client[25732]State: Disconnected
>>>>
>>>> -Dean W.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Sep 1, 2011, at 7:37 PM, Kelvin Chu wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello there;
>>>>>
>>>>> I am able to authenticate and connect, but am immediately 
>>>>> disconnected afterwards.
>>>>>
>>>>> OSX 10.7.1
>>>>> Cisco AnyConnect VPN client: 2.5.3051
>>>>> Burlington Telecom
>>>>> NetID: kchu
>>>>>
>>>>> This is a new behavior for my machine.  I have rebooted, and 
>>>>> re-installed the Cisco software, without success.  Is this 
>>>>> happening to anyone else?  Any suggestions?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks.
>>>>>
>>>>> Kelvin
>>>>
>
> Andrew Hendrickson
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