Too many VPN Clients

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Hi!

To connect to different networks I need to use several VPN clients:
-OpenVPN
-Netgear ProSafe VPN

Now I need to connect to a third VPN with the StoneGate VPN client. And
this is when the trouble started: While I installed the software I was
notified that the installer wasn't able to install some kernel driver
and that I should install it manually according to their instructions.

I did that and finally succeeded. However, the client simply doesn't
work. When I click on "Open" or on "Connect", StoneGate tries to open
this page: http://127.0.0.1:7368/html/index.html , but both Firefox and
IE tell me that this page does not exist. (On systems with only
StoneGate VPN installed, there is a page there, however.)

How do I get this thing to work? Or do I need to uninstall one of the
other clients first?

Regards,

Joachim Ziebs

Re: Too many VPN Clients
I have found that many VPN clients tend to operate on the premis that
they are the only VPN Client on the system. As big a pain as it is I
would try to uninstall ALL the VPN clients and then Install the new
client. If it works great! If not talk to StoneGate or your customer.
Now you may have to uninstall and install te correct client each time
you need to access a different customer...

Joachim Ziebs wrote:
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Re: Too many VPN Clients
Joachim Ziebs wrote:
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It sounds obvious, but did you check that there is an http server
listening on that port? If so, where is the base dir from which it serves?
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