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Novell Client breaks VPN client.

Client OS: Windows XP SP3
VPN Client: Forticlient v4.0.0.47
Novell Client: 4.91 SP5 w/latest patches as of 4/7/09

So here's the problem:

I install the Forticlient and it works just fine. Then I install the Novell Client and I connect, but lose my IP address after five seconds and it goes to Link-local (you know, something in the 169.254.0.0/16 range).

I uninstall the Novell Client and we're in business again.

I reinstall the Novell Client and same problem.

The Forticlient is doing DHCP over IPsec and pulling an address from the firewall. I've tried DHCP relay, same deal. I even tried setting the Forticlient to a static address and it lost that!!!!

Anyone know what's going on here?
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Re: Novell Client breaks VPN client.

08.04.2009 4:06, daybrite пишет:
> Client OS: Windows XP SP3
> VPN Client: Forticlient v4.0.0.47
> Novell Client: 4.91 SP5 w/latest patches as of 4/7/09
>
> So here's the problem:
>
> I install the Forticlient and it works just fine. Then I install the
> Novell Client and I connect, but lose my IP address after five seconds
> and it goes to Link-local (you know, something in the 169.254.0.0/16
> range).
>
> I uninstall the Novell Client and we're in business again.
>
> I reinstall the Novell Client and same problem.
>
> The Forticlient is doing DHCP over IPsec and pulling an address from
> the firewall. I've tried DHCP relay, same deal. I even tried setting the
> Forticlient to a static address and it lost that!!!!
>
> Anyone know what's going on here?
>
>


TID 3861100 could help.
http://www.novell.com/support/viewContent.do?externalId=3861100&sliceId=1
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