VPN: Error is "The VPN connection failed due to unsuccessful domain name resolution"

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It now runs but you've got a DNS problem, which is a completely different problem from having an application compatibility problem and has a whole different set of troubleshooting steps and potential solutions. Friday, October 03, You're just digging yourself a deeper hole here and further reinforcing the fact that you really don't have any idea what this thread is about. Thursday, October 02, You must edit this registry subkey -. SpiderlinK 16 1 1 5. For brass who used compatibility mode, that is one idea.

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AnyConnect – The VPN Connection Failed (Domain Name Resolution)

If it won't work without opening up my Firewall to other applications, it ain't happening. I like the stop gap for what it is. I'm not alone either, most organizations and corporations do not want the headache of having more than one means to access the internal network. Especially if they handle any sort of PCI requirements. Really made a great device a toy instead of a tool.

I've had some luck with the Windows 8 Beta workaround Open the following key: Thursday, October 02, Yes, RDP works just fine. RDP seems to work just fine, though. Edited by Mark Terrill Thursday, October 02, 5: Thursday, October 02, 5: Proposed as answer by modal. Thursday, October 02, 8: This is used with any wifi adapter, so you are a WRONG as usual Place your rig specifics into your signature like I have, makes it x easier! Edited by Barrister and Solicitor Thursday, October 02, Finally got it figured out for me.

Here's what I had to do. Proposed as answer by Andrew Oracle Thursday, October 02, 3: Thursday, October 02, 2: The modules you list above have nothing whatsoever to do with the Cisco AnyConnect client, which in case you're having trouble following along is the whole topic of this thread with the exception of your posts which are talking about WiFi access, totally off-topic for this discussion , they are used by clients access Cisco Wireless Access Points WAPs.

Thursday, October 02, 3: I have a spare rig which is what I tested 10 on and I was testing remote access to Linux and Windows servers My Cisco box can also make a VPN connection from the box using a browser, so I have also tested that and it works too.

So I need full specifics for all at issue hardware configurations, Hyper-V is tested and works. Edited by Barrister and Solicitor Thursday, October 02, 8: So I need full specifics for all at issue hardware configurations, Hyper-V is tested and works You still don't have the faintest idea what you're talking about and the above is nothing more than gibberish.

Marking my post as abusive doesn't change the facts Vegan. Thursday, October 02, 9: Proposed as answer by Barrister and Solicitor Tuesday, October 14, Martin Hubka nework admin. Friday, October 03, That is a completely different issue. To avoid confusing things please start a new thread for your problem. It now runs but you've got a DNS problem, which is a completely different problem from having an application compatibility problem and has a whole different set of troubleshooting steps and potential solutions.

It is in your best interest to start a new thread with this new problem as your first problem and your current problem are unrelated to each other. Your new problem is more than likely directly related to the problem you're having with Group Policy processing as both errors relate to DNS issues. Sunday, October 05, 6: Sunday, October 05, 8: This worked for me, as well! I'm running version 3. Wednesday, October 08, Yep worked for me as well. Tuesday, October 14, Monday, December 01, 5: Wanted to let people know it was now working.

Tuesday, January 27, 5: Failed to Enable Virtual Adapter" 3 Restart and change the key: Friday, June 12, 9: Thank you Works Great On Win Thursday, June 18, 8: Didn't work for me. What version of the client are you running? I am using 3. Monday, July 27, 2: D xxxx ip nat outside ip virtual-reassembly duplex auto speed auto crypto map map1 The error: SpiderlinK 16 1 1 5.

You need to edit your question to include the router configuration. Also, include any logs and exact error messages. You could use the IP address. Hi, when I entered the IP address, it said that "Could not connect to server. Please verify Internet connectivity and server address". Did you configure DNS resolution on the router?

Andrey Prokhorov 2 I got this error when followed your instructions. Do you know why? The same error with copy tftp: On my ASAx there's disk0:

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The VPN connection failed due to unsuccessful domain name resolution. Solution First, make sure that the problem only affects the Cisco VPN app. Test wow-cataclysm-guides.tk with other tools such as a web browser, or "ping" the hostname. This name may also be incorrect in the wow-cataclysm-guides.tk that’s associated with this VPN, to check, the location of that file is covered in this article. Also check that the VPN device, does not need to be connected to on a different port, as per this article. The VPN connection failed due to unsuccessful domain name resolution They never get to a login prompt. They have attempted to connect using the IP address of the Cisco ASA, as well as the Domain name pointing to the ASA.