Scríobh Lance Dryden:
> Scríobh Gerard Hooton:
>> Thanks Gavin I will try that.
>> But if the client can kill/hang the Cisco router what does that tell use
>> about the router?
>> Yes, it's probably a given that the router's administrators are not
> willing and/or able to debug/maintain the device.
>> You've also mentioned earlier that they are unwilling to continue
This sounds like more of a generalization than I had in mind. Including
more of the original text would have helped contextualize this;
specifically the bit about:
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I have asked Heanet to look into this and they have advised that the
issue is only related to Linux Clients and unfortunately you are the
only person accessing VPN via Linux.
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No intent to traduce HEANet was intended here. I see how it occured and
I work network engineering and support at a hosting facility so I
encounter "scope of support" issues daily.
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