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AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

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Respected Contributor

Re: AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

Yes, that is correct: DHCP needs to be enabled so that the client can receive an IP.

There should have been a message on the client indicating an issue with the configuration; the client-side logs do show that this would have been the problem.

 

Thank you for confiming you have resolved the issue.

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Regular Contributor

Re: AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

Thanks for sharing!

...meaning to say that client VPN connection does require a DHCP service on the laptop to establish the VPN connection....
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Respected Contributor

Re: AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

Yes, you are correct. The VPN client, Network Connect, receives an IP from the IVE using DHCP (regardless of how the IPs are set on the SA unit, the client gets IP using DHCP). If the client PC can't process/handle that DHCP component, for example if DHCP client service is disabled, an IP can't be assigned and Network Connect will error out.

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Occasional Contributor

Re: AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

Please let me make this inquiry what does the log messages below refer too:

ID= ERR24670 Network Connect: ACL count = 0

client keeps complaining of loosing connection when accessing local resources via SSL.

Kindly advise.

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Respected Contributor

Re: AUT2406 error when NetworkConnect runs...

It refers to how many ACLs are being applied on the system; there is a limit of 120k lines (iirc) that can be applied on the system simultaneously.

The events log will tell you when you are close( it should have nothing to do with disconnects.