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10.4: A workaround for Cisco VPN issues after sleep
Authored by: kaz219 on Jun 27, '05 04:40:55AM

Is it about the "Error 51: Unable to communicate with the VPN subsystem. Please make sure that you have at least one network interface that is currently active and has an IP adress and start this aplication again." error message ?

If it is, and you are using airport, just turn airport off and then on again, it should do the trick...



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10.4: A workaround for Cisco VPN issues after sleep
Authored by: wrwebb79 on Oct 31, '06 10:20:12AM

Hey there-

So I tried all this stuff and kept getting

"you must be root to run ConsoleMessage
permission denied; you must be root to unload kets
you must be root to run ConsoleMessage
you must be running as root to load modules onto the kernel"

I guess this is pretty good since I don't want to *censored* up my kernel...but I would like to be able to make the VPN work! I downloaded it today and got the error message everyone has been mentioning here...any ideas? How do i login as root? How do i not *censored* it up?



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