Re: Pleae help cisco pcf file
Kai Ponte <kai@...
2007-11-25 14:36:12 GMT
On Monday 19 November 2007 07:44, Drt Try wrote:
> Dear Sir,
> How can create the cisco pcf file import into the cisco vpn client ,
> when the user open the vpn client software auto mount our company the
> network drive?
You should have obtained a .pcf file from your company.
You can then place it in the folder of your choosing when you setup the Cisco
(You need to do this everytime you have a kernel upgrade, because it messes up
your client for some reason.)
My .pcf files are in the /etc/opt/cisco-vpnclient/Profiles folder...
jabba:/etc/opt/cisco-vpnclient/Profiles # l
r--r-- 1 kai users 777 2007-11-25 06:26 lacrr.pcf
-rw- r--r-- 1 root root 349 2007-10-19 05:26 sample.pcf
-rw- r--r-- 1 kai users 814 2007-05-28 07:05 VPN-B-NAT 4.0.3.pcf
-rw- r--r-- 1 kai users 813 2007-05-28 07:05 VPN-C-NoNAT 4.0.3.pcf
I then call the .pcf file from the command line (there is no gui client yet
unfortunately, so I have to downgrade to the cli...)
Here is what a typical session for me would look like. I have the RSA
SecureID token generator on my keychain, so it gives me a new password every
jabba:/etc/opt/cisco-vpnclient/Profiles # vpnclient connect lacrr
Cisco Systems VPN Client Version 4.8.00 (0490)
Copyright (C) 1998-2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Client Type(s): Linux
Running on: Linux 188.8.131.52-0.7-default #1 SMP Tue Oct 2 17:21:08 UTC 2007 i686
Config file directory: /etc/opt/cisco-vpnclient
Initializing the VPN connection.
Contacting the gateway at 198.51.291.291
User Authentication for lacrr...
The server has requested the following information to complete the user
Negotiating security policies.
Securing communication channel.
Your VPN connection is secure.
VPN tunnel information.
Client address: 999.999.91.90
Server address: 184.108.40.206
Encryption: 168-bit 3-DES
IP Compression: None
NAT passthrough is active on port UDP 4500
Local LAN Access is disabled