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gjrwbber

 
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Thanks for your help, though I tried that and it did not work. I have included two log sequences below. The first is connecting directly to the IP and the second is using the suggestion above. It looks pretty clear that using IP:port is not getting as far as using only the IP in the server address field.

Connecting using only the IP:

21/10/11 11:01:20.872 AM configd: IPSec connecting to server x.x.x.x
21/10/11 11:01:20.877 AM configd: IPSec Phase1 starting.
21/10/11 11:01:20.880 AM racoon: IPSec connecting to server x.x.x.x
21/10/11 11:01:20.880 AM racoon: Connecting.
21/10/11 11:01:20.880 AM racoon: IPSec Phase1 started (Initiated by me).
21/10/11 11:01:20.887 AM racoon: IKE Packet: transmit success. (Initiator, Aggressive-Mode message 1).
21/10/11 11:01:20.947 AM configd: network configuration changed.
21/10/11 11:01:23.888 AM racoon: IKE Packet: transmit success. (Phase1 Retransmit).
21/10/11 11:01:26.889 AM racoon: IKE Packet: transmit success. (Phase1 Retransmit).
21/10/11 11:01:29.891 AM racoon: IKE Packet: transmit success. (Phase1 Retransmit).
21/10/11 11:01:30.879 AM configd: IPSec disconnecting from server x.x.x.x
21/10/11 11:01:30.883 AM racoon: IPSec disconnecting from server x.x.x.x


Connecting using IP:port

21/10/11 11:01:11.613 AM configd: IPSec connecting to server x.x.x.x:10000
21/10/11 11:01:11.613 AM configd: SCNC: start, triggered by System Preferen, type IPSec, status 0
21/10/11 11:01:11.617 AM configd: IPSec disconnecting from server x.x.x.x
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