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The Shrew Soft VPN Client for Windows is an IPsec Remote Access VPN Client for Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7/8 operating systems ( 32 and 64 bit versions ). It was originally developed to provide secure communications between mobile Windows hosts and open source VPN gateways that utilize standards compliant software such as ipsec-tools, OpenSWAN, StrongSWAN , Libreswan, isakmpd . In Shrew Soft VPN Access Manager, go to Edit > Properties > Policy > Select. Uncheck "Obtain Topology Automatically or Tunnel All". Click "Add". Add the network used by your VPN. If you are unclear what VPN your network is using: Open command prompt and type "ipconfig /all". Look for the entry with "Screw Soft Virtual Adapter". If you have a.pcffile from your older CISCO VPN client, then open Shrew Soft VPN, go toFile>Import>Select.pcf file extension from the filter>Select your file>click open. Try connecting now, if it works then great (it didn't for me at this point). The Shrew VPN Trace logfile is rather large, but here is some of the ending of it: 18/06/06 11:20:25 == : new informational iv ( 16 bytes ) 18/06/06 11:20:25 =< : cookies 6e0aee610b6a71ac:b334668bf9b0d920 Shrew Soft VPN is a reliable IPsec VPN service provider designed for Linux and Windows users. The software offers Virtual Private Network access to organizations to protect their data, applications, and entire network from external threats. The application provides effective connections; devoid of complexity, to the end user. The Shrew Soft VPN client allows you to import more than one profile of the same name, but when a duplicate profile is imported, the first profile is corrupted. The Shrew Soft VPN client does not operate correctly when you import more than one certificate with the same file name. If the Shrew Soft trace utility is open and you select "Stop," the negotiated connection is dropped. I'm trying to use Shrew Soft to connect to my school VPN. But as you can see here, it says . failed to connect to key daemon. I searched for the solution and people who use Shrew Soft Trace Utility and easily solved this on Windows OS as seen here. Yet, I don't know how to solve this on Ubuntu 14.04.

In Shrew Soft VPN Access Manager, go to Edit > Properties > Policy > Select. Uncheck "Obtain Topology Automatically or Tunnel All". Click "Add". Add the network used by your VPN. If you are unclear what VPN your network is using: Open command prompt and type "ipconfig /all". Look for the entry with "Screw Soft Virtual Adapter".

I opened a case with Verizon and it seems the problem is on their end. To get access to VPN again, you have to downgrade the VZAccess, downgrade the

Then in the 'IKE Service' tab click the 'Open Log' button, make sure the 'Trace Log' button is pushed also, then click 'Start'. Do this under the 'IPSEC Service' tab also. You can click 'Restart' to clear the logs and restart the ShrewSoft services. Now you have logs from both sides of the VPN connection.

If you have a.pcffile from your older CISCO VPN client, then open Shrew Soft VPN, go toFile>Import>Select.pcf file extension from the filter>Select your file>click open. Try connecting now, if it works then great (it didn't for me at this point).