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How to configure Cisco AnyConnect (VPN client) on MacOS not to use port 80?

In response to this issue, I have determined that it is the Cisco AnyConnect (VPN client) that is hijacking my port 80. I am looking to find out whether it is possible to reconfigure the VPN client ...
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How does a MacOSX VPN connection route traffic by default?

I connect to a VPN from home to work. I use Mac OSX 10.6.x's built-in Cisco support to connect. There are no non-default settings after authentication (eg to do with routing). How does network ...
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Location of Cisco VPN client profile configuration file (.pcf file) on Mac OS X

What is the default location of Cisco VPN client profiles? I need those .pcf files since my old Cisco VPN client doesn't work after upgrading to Mac OS X Leopard (version 10.5), and I don't ...
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Can't connect to a machine via Cisco VPN on Mac

I have a curious problem. I can connect to work's VPN using the Cisco VPN Client. I can get to tge Internet through that VPN. When I go check the IP online it tells me the IP address of the server I ...
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OS X 10.6: Disallow non-VPN connections on wireless?

With the recent rise in awareness of HTTP session hijacking, surfing the internet on a public wireless network has become quite perilous. At my university, the wireless network is totally open --- no ...
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VPN client doesn't work after updating to Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

I get the Error: Error 51: Unable to communicate with the VPN subsystem Please make sure that you have at least one network interface that is currently active and has an IP address and start ...