[vpn-help] can connect but no connectivity using air card under Win7 64-bit

Kris Young Kris.Young at cypress.com
Mon Mar 15 08:17:34 CDT 2010

Hi Matthew,

I tried both - forcing NAT-T to RFC on the AT&T broadband adapter has
the same results as before, while disabling NAT-T on my wifi connection
appears to connect just fine. I have attached logs for both.


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Grooms [mailto:mgrooms at shrew.net] 
Sent: Monday, March 15, 2010 2:02 AM
To: Kris Young
Cc: vpn-help at lists.shrew.net
Subject: Re: [vpn-help] can connect but no connectivity using air card
under Win7 64-bit

On 3/14/2010 10:24 PM, Kris Young wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> The log is definitely different with beta 7 (no more pfkey interface
> failure messages), but the behavior appears to be the same. When I try
> to connect through my air card, I still get the connection banner but
> connectivity. I've attached two log files - one connecting through the
> air card (doesn't work) and one connecting to the same host through
> (works fine).

Hi Kris,

The connectivity over the AT&T broadband adapter doesn't appear to have 
anything to do with the problem. The one thing that is apparent is that 
your wifi connection is NATd and your AT&T connection is not. Try 
forcing NAT-T to RFC and see if that has an effect when connecting over 
AT&T. Additionally, try disabling NAT-T on your wifi connection and see 
if that breaks. Please let me know the results of both of these if you


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