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Topic # 189076 16-Dec-2015 11:23
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Hi, this might be a long shot. Im doing some work for a client who uses a Cisco VPN.

The VPN works fine in the office and over WiFi using a 3G mobile hotspot. So my laptop is fine AFAIK.

However if I try to connect using my home WiFi connection it doesnt work (gives a 412 error). 

I've tried turning off my windows firewall but that doesnt make any difference so I suspect its the Genius router (White one).

Does anyone know what I need to do to the router to allow the Cisco traffic? I believe its UDP 500 and TCP 10000.

Im at a loss, any ideas?

Im on Orcon UFB BTW.




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  Reply # 1451466 16-Dec-2015 11:51
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Try this:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=139278#979779

Worked for me (Orcon UFB White and Cisco VPN client on work laptop).



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  Reply # 1451504 16-Dec-2015 12:17
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jamesrt: Try this:

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?topicid=139278#979779

Worked for me (Orcon UFB White and Cisco VPN client on work laptop).


Brilliant! Thanks jamesrt thats got it working now! I should've searched first :(

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