I have had a number of users complaining about problems getting their CVPN 3.1 client to work with their Pac Bell DSL and its PPPoE client. Anyone have any wisdom to share on this? One person was not able to see any adapters in the "Set MTU" utility having uninstalled 2.5.2 and installed 3.1. Another person could connect to our 3030 concentrator and could do some pings on our intranet but could not run any applications - do anything which required a heftier data stream. We had him set MTU to 1400 and this didn't help. He's running NT. In most other environments the CVPN clients are running well.
I recently ran into an issue on ISE 2.3 Patch 5 when trying to modify a Hotspot Guest Portal that had been created in the ISE Portal Builder.
The support people with the ISEPB team gave me the answer, so I thought I'd save someone a...
The Security team is pleased to announce the Cisco Firepower Threat Defense 6.2.3 Attack Lab v1.2, available in all datacenters.
The lab is aimed at technical decision makers, security engineers and CSOs with an interest in security technology. Th...
How to create a CSR using openssl
A CSR is a Certificate Signing Request and it is the first step of many steps in creating an X.509 certificate. When a CSR is created, the first thing that happens is that a private key is generated which is stored ...
Thanks to @Arne Bier for this document.
Setting up SMS notifications for Sponsored Guest access can be quite trivial. In the case of MessageMedia (an Australian SMS provider) it was one line of configuration in ISE. The...