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Authentication problem with a Cisco 3005 concentrator
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I'm trying to add PPTP connections to an existing Cisco 3005 setup.

For authentication, the concentrator has two servers setup, Kerberos/AD
(I think that's what the setting says...I'm going from memory) and
Internal. I think I've got the PPTP part mostly working, but I'm
getting errors that look like:

64411 04/27/2005 16:59:25.720 SEV=3 AUTH/5 RPT=423
Authentication rejected: Reason = Invalid password
handle = 91, server = (none), user = myusername, domain = <not

And I'm sure the password I'm using is set correctly both on the
internal username and also the external server.

What should I check for? Why does the error say "server=(none)"?


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