Using comodo unite with cisco vpn

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Hello! Everybody. I have a multiple vpn. How get signal using comodo unite with cisco vpn? In One router? This possible to use two vpn in a time? Please help on this matter. Thank you so much looking forward with the answer guys.

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Using comodo unite with cisco vpn

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Hello Emileekeila,

Your situation is not new to me. VPN clients conflict each other clients which lead to incomparability and  since comodo unite and cisco vpn are both clients,therefore, they cannot run together at the same time. If you are talking about two VPN's in one computer then it's impossible unless you use a virtual machine. All you have to do is install a virtual machine and install the other VPN in there. Once you have installed a virtual machine then you'll be able to run two VPN in one computer without a problem. 

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Using comodo unite with cisco vpn

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Hi,

 VPN generally emulates a private network on your machine. The purpose of this private network is the isolation from internet. Further, creating a VPN adds a route to your machine. When you want to have 2 or even multiple VPNs in the same machine, you provide many routes to the same machine. This in-turn results in address conflict. The different VPNs can work in parallel only when the routes do not overlap with each other. It is not a easy task, as they do not use global addresses. Machine that has a VPN installed, the VPN software will make sure it sees all the incoming and outgoing packets, and this does not allow another VPN to be present in the same machine. One wild alternative will be to use WEBVPN client and SSHVPN client as two different VPN clients on the same machine. But advised solution is install the other VPN in a virtual machine, that will resolve the address conflict problem. 

Hope this helps.

 

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