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Cisco Anyconnect and vpn dns resolution


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I was not having any problems for months until my company experienced a VPN problem yesterday. I lost my connectivity for half day before it was restored today. Since the restoration OS X is no longer resolving VPN hostnames. I've tested on Windows 2008 and a Linux host, both are resolving without any problems so the issue is isolated to my Mac. Anyone have some ideas? I'm running version 2.4.1012 of Cisco Anyconnect and OS X 10.6.2.

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If anyone is interested the DNS problems on OS X result because OS X does not tunnel DNS queries. This should be fixed in OS X 10.6.3. The only workaround is to use the Cisco IPSEC client built-in to OS X. If I connect with the Mac VPN client the DNS resolution is resolved in 10.6.2.
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