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Re: Cisco vpn with Core 2 2.6.5 kernel



Go to the web site link and there is a Cisco scrambled secret decoder. Worked for me: I quickly got the unencrypted secret and am up and running with vpnc. Seems to be much more stable than vpnclient and it is much more managable because it doesn't do Cisco's silly hidden implementation.

-Brian


Mike Loiterman wrote:



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Dave Jones <mailto:davej redhat com> wrote:


On Mon, 2004-05-17 at 22:06, Mike Loiterman wrote:



I have searched high and low for a way to get the cisco vpn linux
version 4.0.3.Bk9 client to work with a 2.6.5 kernel.

I have tried the deadlock patch from www.anomalistic.org but it
doesn't work for me.


It worked great using a 2.4 kernel.

Does anyone have any other ideas?


Don't know if you're aware of it, but vpnc
(http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/) works great for me on
the Fedora Core 2 kernel. The only 'flaw' is that it doesn't
support rekeying, so needs a kick every 8 hours to restart it.

Dave



I have it, installed it, and it works, but you need to enter the password in a non-encrypted form. My school only distrbutes the encrypted hash. To my knowledge, that won't work. Do you know something I don't?

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