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Re: Not able Work with VPN connection.
From: Brandon Enright <bmenrigh () ucsd edu>
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 21:28:53 +0000

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On Wed, 27 May 2009 22:55:09 +0530
"Arun Adikesavan -X (aadikesa - IBM - INS at Cisco)"
<aadikesa () cisco com> wrote:

Hi,

I am using Zenmap 4.62 frequently for resolving port's opened on
server .  My job is to troubleshoot  with ACL and providing need
access for user. Using Zenmap is one of my troubleshooting method.

Facing a issue with VPN login. Getting following error message 

Using Cisco System VPN client Version 5.0.05 (new version).

Looking forward for a solution or suggestion.

Regards,

ARUN


I'm sure others will have better suggestions but it looks like the
command you are using is:

$ nmap -T4 -n -v mmx-dev-1

If you add -sC and/or --unprivileged to your options the scan may start
working:

$ nmap -T4 -n -v -sC --unprivileged mmx-dev-1.cisco.com

You'll be pleased to know that troubleshooting ACLs is one of the (many)
design goals of nping which is being worked on this summer.

Brandon

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