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    Default [2.0 Beta] Cisco VPN support

    Hi,

    has anyone already tried the Cisco VPN Support in the 2.0 Beta. Is it working? Do you know how to import a certificate to be used by the vpn client?

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    ive been trying but i dont think you can import a profile file. I think you need to know the password and host name and manually enter them. I havent had any luck since my company wont give out the password.

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    Same here, wondering if there is a way to import profile file.

    I know the settings for my company's cisco vpn router, but I could not connect.

    Anybody have any success with this.

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    Exclamation [Cisco VPN] Can you import a .pcf Profile to connect?

    Anyone know if there is a way to import a .pcf Profile file into the iphone so that the Cisco ipsec can detect your companies settings needed to connect?

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    I tried it with the 2.0 Beta 5A225c but it didn't work.

    I just changed the firmware to the new 5A240d but I haven't got the chance to try it yet.

    Once I do I'll get you informed.


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    I don't think there is any possible way to do that right now but I'm trying to find a way now.

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    I just tried the 2.0 Beta 5A240d and the Cisco VPN is working properly.

    You just need to know the information and enter it manually because I don't think there is a way to import .pcf files till now.

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    Default Decode password in .pcf file

    You can use the setting in the .pcf by opening the file with text editor.

    The problem is the group password is encrypted, so to decode it you can use a program called Cain & Abel on a windows machine. Just so that you know, this program download is packaged with spyware.

    Here is the link on how the program does this - http://www.oxid.it/ca_um/topics/cisc...rd_decoder.htm

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    http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/bin/cisco-decode

    Use this website to decode the secret password. Just copy and past it into the website and hit decode. It will give you the short decoded password you will use.

    I got my VPN working now connected to my company but I cant figure out how once im connected to check my company email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ29 View Post
    http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/bin/cisco-decode

    Use this website to decode the secret password. Just copy and past it into the website and hit decode. It will give you the short decoded password you will use.

    I got my VPN working now connected to my company but I cant figure out how once im connected to check my company email.
    I wish I found this before I installed the other software. Good find.


 

 
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