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xinoda
Paper Tape
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Registered: ‎08-16-2010
Location: Germany
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F3507g mobile broadband driver - Windows 7 - and Cisco Vpn issue

Hi All,

 

After 3 days trying to install / update latest drivers on my X200/ Windows 7 / 32b, it seems now that my F3507g is now installed correctly…

 

I can go the a connection over internet and ping some servers BUT when I initiate my Cisco Vpn, ( working perfectly with my Ethernet connection and my Wifi 5300 AGN ) the connection is ok but no incoming or outgoing traffic !!!

 

Any idea on how to solve that issue ?

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Re: F3507g mobile broadband driver - Windows 7 - and Cisco Vpn issue

xinoda
Paper Tape
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Re: F3507g mobile broadband driver - Windows 7 - and Cisco Vpn issue

Thanks for the soluce but it there any way to get a driver working well with vpn ?

 

Best Regards,

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Re: F3507g mobile broadband driver - Windows 7 - and Cisco Vpn issue

It's a vpn client fault not a drivers one.

 

So use the dialup connection until a new vpn client will be released .

shawn12341234
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Registered: ‎09-01-2010
Location: Tampa, FL
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Re: F3507g mobile broadband driver - Windows 7 - and Cisco Vpn issue

Yes, this is a problem with the IPSEC VPN NDIS driver binding your Mobile Broadband driver. You need to read this article and it is explains why and how to work around this issue:

 

http://www.customsoftwareframeworks.com/blog/fix-vpn-problems-cellular-win7

 

Good luck 

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