Connecting a client to RVS4000 when I can't enable IPSEC service on computer?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by boostfrenzy, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. boostfrenzy

    boostfrenzy Network Guru Member

    One VPN connection which is mandatory requires the IPSEC service to be disabled otherwise it won't function, QuickVPN won't work without IPSEC being enabled... is there any other way I can establish both connections at the same time?
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Have you actually tried this and found it to be true? I have not used quickvpn in sometime but i used to have a ipsec vpn running and quickvpn into the same device.
  3. boostfrenzy

    boostfrenzy Network Guru Member

    yes, what i'm saying is quickvpn does NOT function with the ipsec service disabled in windows, however the other vpn software for another connection requires it to be disabled... therefore i'm stuck with one or the other, is there another way i can establish a connection from the pc to the rvs4000 without quickvpn or neccessity for ipsec service to be enabled?
  4. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    what is it you trying to access that is behind the RVS4000? One PC? A range of PCs, a server?
  5. boostfrenzy

    boostfrenzy Network Guru Member

    I few client pc's running XPSP2 at different locations (but never at the same time)
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