Cisco VPN client for FreeBSD


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Good day!

There is a wiring diagram:

Cisco VPN client for Windows
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FreeBSD
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Internet
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A Piece Of Iron Cisco

VPN client does not connect. If we remove the link FreeBSD — connects.

On Frage am forwarding UDP ports 500 and 4500 through natd to PC with Cisco VPN client. These same ports + ESP allowed in ipfw. Still doesn't want to connect.

Tell me, what else can be my fail? Dump traffic Rajoy without going only in the evening. Who can faced, again.
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Cisco VPN client can operate in three modes — normal (protocols AH/ESP and UDP 500), NAT-T (using UDP ports 500/4500) and tunneling (use TCP 10000)
Enable NAT-T on the client, should work without port forwarding.
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Look what the output has not closed the port 10000 TCP if this port is configured on CISCO.
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Thank you, comrades! I'll figure it out. Made sure that other areas for excavation no.
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the tcpdump output on pastebin?
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