Hi Folks,

 

One of your communications providers switched who they use so some of our IP
addresses changed. It was planned so no big deal or it seemed :-)

 

Part of the change included the IP address for our Cisco PIX VPN. So we let
all remote users know what to change and for 98+ % were fine. On the others
it has been a BEAR. They WILL not connect. The one I did

get to connect I had to COMPLETELY remove the Cisco VPN Client, Add/Remove
AND deleting the subdirectory(s) it created or it remembers the
configuration .

 

Does anyone know if the IP address is cached, etc. somewhere else ?

 

Thanks !

 

Chuck

 


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