OS X V10.5 Leopard :: How To Install Cisco Packet Tracer On Mac

Mar 26, 2012

I do not know to start for installing the cisco packet tracer on mac os x. I need to use packet tracer for my styding in the class room

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.2)

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OS X :: Cisco VPN Client And Leopard - How To Do Clean Install

Oct 21, 2007

Does anyone know if the current version of the Cisco VPN Client runs on Leopard? I know when Tiger came out many people had trouble getting it to work, and the Cisco VPN Client always appears as an issue in 10.4.X seeds.

Also, if it does work, would performing an Archive and Install mess it up? I know its install is a little nasty, and I'm just wondering if it installs some files in weird places. Would I be better off doing a clean install figuring I need the VPN Client to work?

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OS X :: Cisco VPN & Remote Desktop Killed By Snow Leopard

Aug 30, 2009

Upgraded to SL on Friday evening and so far it seems to be working great. However, both my Cisco VPN Client and my Remote Desktop now refuse to run.

With Cisco I get: Error 51 Unable to communicate with the VPN subsytem

Remote Desktop: Remote Desktop Quit Unexpectedly.

really need these 2 applications to log into my office computer while I'm at home.

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Software :: Finding A Network Packet Inspector?

Feb 16, 2008

how to find a network packet inspector.

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Applications :: Safari4 Suspicious Packet Sent On Startup?

May 27, 2009

When I startup safari a packet gets sent to the address [URL]or IP address 208.113.232.92

My startup page is blank. Does anyone else get the same thing or know what it is?

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Mac OS X Lion Server :: IKE Packet: Receive Failed

Feb 13, 2012

I'm getting IKE packet errors on our VPN server and suspect someone on the network has Back to My Mac enabled.Feb 14 12:12:12 server racoon[196]: IKE Packet: receive failed.Responder, Quick-Mode Message 1)."Authentication Failed" from the client side. But after a few attempts it will connect... strange.My router is non-Apple and has the following NAT entries forwared to the Mac Server for the L2TP VPN 

UDP 500
UDP 1701
UDP 4500

it also has UPNP enabled. Does Back to My Mac use UPNP, IPv4, or IPv6 only?Is Back to My Mac conflicting with the VPN service in Lion Server?If so, WHY is this not documented?

Info:
Mac mini, Mac OS X (10.7.3), Lion Server (10.7.3)

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Can't Use Cisco VPN In 10.7.3

Mar 11, 2012

Just upgraded and now latest version of Cisco VPN won't work. I had work settings for VPN (work is PC based) all set and working on my MacBook...with upgrade to Lion the Cisco VPN doesn't even recognize the internet connection. I think problem is that Network Settings is now configured to set up VPN but I don't have the settings for this...they exised in .pcf files in older Cisco format.

Info:MacBook Pro (17-inch Core 2 Duo), Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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Applications :: Cisco VPN Not Working With Mac OS X?

Mar 22, 2009

I just switched from a PC to a Mac and I can't get my work VPN Client Cisco to work.

I installed version 4.9.01 (0100) of the VPN Cisco Client. I succesfully imported my pcf file that I was using under windows.

When I'm trying to connect I type in the right login name and password and after trying to secure the connection, the VPN says 'Not Connected'

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OS X :: Cisco IPSEC VPN Importing In 10.6?

Aug 29, 2009

Apple has added built-in Cisco IPSEC VPN support in 10.6/SL like it already had on the iphone. Does anyone know of a method of importing a Cisco VPN Client pcf?

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Applications :: Looking For CISCO Any Connect VPN Client

Nov 3, 2010

So I was using the older CISCO VPN client and now need the CISCO Anyconnect client as well. Anyconnect would not install, it kept telling me that there was already a newer version installed already? So I thought maybe it was the older CISCO VPN client (that I will also need later) so I used APpZapper to remove it. I am still getting that error message when the installer gets to the disk selection screen.

Has anyone seen this before? I have no clue where to go from here.

Macbook Pro 2.8Ghz
OSX 10.6.4

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Cannot Establish Cisco VPN Via Certificates

May 11, 2012

I can not establish Cisco VPN via certificates. My laptop says that keychain is not configured. Authority certificates exported (Windows CA) in a keychain. how can I do this? Windows authentication certificates are suitable formac laptop?

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MacBook (13-inch Late 2009), Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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Software :: Finding Cisco VPN Client Alternative?

Nov 4, 2009

I up graded to Snow and now have problems with cisco client connection (never connects). I have tried Shimo but I get errors when trying to connect.

alternatives for a VPN connect to my University?

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Safari :: Cisco Systems Smart Tunnel?

Apr 18, 2012

I am experiencing a major issue while trying to log to my professional email account. When I go the webmail page, I have a pop-up that mentions that the security certificate was not verified (altough I added the website to the trust always websites). Then the system downloads an application (that has an icon as a cofee mug). When I click on the application, I have an error mistake that goes like below?

Process:         Safari [189]
Path:            /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari Identifier:      Safari Version:         ??? (???) Code Type:       X86-64 (Native) Parent Process:  sh [186] Date/Time:       2012-04-18 07:02:30.787 +0200 OS Version:      Mac OS X 10.6.8 (10K549) Report Version:  6 Interval Since Last Report:          133677 sec Crashes Since Last Report:           1 Per-App Crashes Since

[code]...

Info:
Mac Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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MacBook Pro :: Connecting Wifi With Cisco Clean Access

Nov 7, 2009

I have a 13" MBP running 10.5.8 My wifi works fine everywhere except for my school.

The airport connects, has full "signal" and it seems to assign an ip. BUT when i open firefox or safari the redirect/authentication page that is supposed to open never does; instead i get "page not found" or its equivalent. So i can't login or access the internet obviously.

Here is the other part, there are about 40 or so macbooks in every class I have running leopard and snow leopard and no one else seems to have a problem.

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Power Mac :: Safari Comes Up With Strange Cisco Screen Asking For Password

Apr 12, 2012

Safari comes up with strange Cisco screen asking for password. I've never, to my knowledge had anything to do with Cisco. Cisco says they are investigating but for two days now I haven't been able to get on internet.  This is on my G4 running 10.4.11

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iMac Intel 20 in., Mac OS X (10.5.8), PowerBook G4 - 400 Titanium, PowerMac G4 QuickSilver (2002), Du

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MacBook Pro :: Cisco VPN Connection Lasts 5 Seconds - How To Make It Stable

Oct 16, 2010

I have two 17" MacBook Pros.. One is running Leopard and the other is running Snow Leopard. On my Leopard computer, I have no trouble connecting to my company VPN and staying connected. This is using a Verizon Wireless AC595U modem AND/OR using an ethernet connection. On the one running Snow Leopard, I can stay connected with an ethernet cable - but not with the Verizon modem.

What could be the difference? I'm thinking it must have something to do with a new configuration of my new MacBook Pro. I'd really love to keep my old MBP as an emergency backup when the new one is being repaired by Apple. I'd rather not touch it unless I have to. As it stands, I need to use my old computer when traveling if I want to stay connected virtually...

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OS X Mavericks :: Messages Showing (Subject) While Chatting With Someone Using Cisco Jabber

Aug 29, 2014

I switched from Ubuntu to Mac OS X 10.9.4 today at work. I'm already using Mac OS X on my private MacBook since two years now. We're using Cisco Jabber at work and I remember the Messages App to also support the XMPP protocol. So I added a new account, entered my credentials, the Jabber server and its port. All worked fine at first. Chatting with people using clients other than the original Cisco Jabber (either for Windows or for Mac) worked fine. But every message I'm receiving from someone using Cisco Jabber starts with an underscored "Subject" text. I don't think this is sent from Cisco Jabber as part of the text because I did not have such problems with receiving messages using Pidgin in 12 months.

So: Is there a way to turn this off or is it really sent by Cisco Jabber and Pidgin simply ignored it all the time?

Info:
iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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MacBook Pro :: After Clean Install Snow Leopard, Can't Install Bundled Application (ilife)?

Apr 2, 2012

This is the first time i reinstalled(clean install) my snow leopard on my MBP. All went fine but then i inserted the disc for bundled application (which contains the ilife apps) but it keeps failing. 

It says that "the installation failed. the installer encountered an error that caused the installation to fail. contact the software manufacturer for assistance". 

I've also done my research on this matter. I've gone thru a few steps i tried as below without success: 

1)normal install - fail

2)repair permission - fail

3)install in safe mode - fail

4) install using another admin acc - fail

5) made an image out of the disc and install - fail

6) used a similar disc(my dad's since we have identical version) - fai

7)updated my system and install - fail

8) reinstall the mac - fail 

i cant think of any other solution as im a bit noob when it comes to mac. is there any other things i could try before taking it Apple?

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6.8)

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Software :: Install And Use BootCamp From Apple - Install Of Leopard Didn't Include BC

May 26, 2009

I've been trying to install and use BootCamp from Apple, so I can use Visual Basic for my classes. Obviously, I need Windows for this. Anyway, i downloaded BootCamp, installed it, and then Windows XP. After this I was told to insert my OSX disc to get the drivers. Well nothing happened at all. I suppose because this install of Leopard didn't include BC, it was a seperate download.I then read that BC Assistant should give me the option to burn a drivers disc. I looked at the provided screenshots, and right where the button should have been, there was nothing.

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IMac :: Install New Hard Drive But Missing Leopard Install Disc

Jan 30, 2010

I'm using a iMac PowerPC G5 that I've received from my brother. He gave it to me with a fresh install of Leopard on it, but he unfortunately no longer has the disc that came with the computer that he also used to format it before handing it to me. With that said, I ordered a new internal hard drive. Naturally, I'll need to re-install Leopard, but I don't have an install disc anywhere. How is this going to be possible? Or will it not be? Do I have to buy a new Leopard install disc? If so where and how much?

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IMac :: Unable To Install Clean Snow Leopard / Instructions To Install On Internal Drive?

Dec 20, 2009

The internal hard drive on my early 2009 iMac is being replaced but I have to reinstall Snow Leopard myself.I did search in MRoogle and at Apple and cannot seem to find instructions on how to perform a clean Snow Leopard install on an iMac internal HD.

Can I do this? And if so how? Or do you think I should try and install Leopard on the existing Hd in the iMac? I still have these discs but have to get the SL applications install disc out of my drive (it's stuck and the iMac won't boot past the blue screen).

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Fresh Install Leaves Locked Folder At Top Level (Mac OS X Install Data)?

Jun 5, 2012

I jsut did a fresh install.  wanted to use my SL DVD but the MBP i5 refused to star with it so I used the original DVD (10.5) and upgraded with the SL DVD to 10.6.  However after the initial SL Installation, it tried from the SL DVD and this failed.  I did a manual restart, starting from the HD and everything ran fine.  however today I note there is a locked file on the HD named Mac OS X Install Data.  It contains 181 .pkg files.Now I suppose this should have been moved or deleted as part of the install process.  Can I move them to a file where they belong? 

Info:
MBP, MM, MBP - 10.6 + Windooz XP on a hard partition

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OS X :: New Leopard 10.5.6 Install - No Choice For Upgrade Clean Install?

Jan 27, 2009

I purchased the new Mac Box Set with Leopard 10.5.6, iLife '09 and iWork '09.

I was 50/50 on which type of Leopard install I wanted to perform today.

Looks like the disc made the choice for me and performed, what I'm assuming, is the upgrade. All of my files, settings, etc. were intact after the reboot.

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MacBook Pro :: New Snow Leopard Install Vs Factory Install

Jul 14, 2010

Did a search through here but couldn't find anything concrete. What are the differences between a fresh Snow Leopard install and a factory Snow Leopard install? I ask because I bought an Intel SSD and don't know if I should bother cloning the hard drive that will come with my new 15" MBP or I should just install a fresh copy from a Snow Leopard install disc. I'm aware macs come with next to no junk pre-installed, but are there some factory settings that are worth preserving if they aren't documented well?

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Software :: Unable To Install Leopard / Cannot Install Osx On Computer

Nov 4, 2008

i have tried to re-install leopard into my macbook but it is just all a mess. i inserted leopard cd (original copy) into macbook to do a clean install to my new(to me) used macbook. the computer message after choosing language says "cannot install mac osx on this computer".

1. used disk utility to reapair disk...did no work
2. erased hd..still did not work.
3. made partition to install from external hd...now just made a total mess with computer.
4.i try to start computer from dvd drive with original leopard cd...still does not work. says cannot install mac osx to this computer...

i have macbook intel core duo 1 gig ram and enough memory.

please help i dont know what to do!!!!!

love my mac. buy i messed it up....

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Install The Latest Version Of ITunes, Need To Install 10.5

Jun 9, 2012

I'm trying to install the latest version of iTunes and the pop up tells me that I need to install Mac OS X 10.5. How do I do that?

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iMac, Mac OS X (10.4.11)

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MacBook Pro :: Install Snow Leopard But It Can't Install And Eject

Sep 4, 2014

I tried to install Snow Leopard on my MacBookPro but it cannot install and cannot be ejected. I need to eject. 

The reason for this is a long story. My logic board was replaced and my Mac was wiped clean. I am not trying to recover from back up but could not figure out the next step after the recovery finished. So I tried to install OSX from the disk that came with my Mac. Probably not the right corrective action.  

I need to remove the Snow Leopard DVD and finish my recovery.

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Mac Pro :: Install Leopard Install Disc For MacBook Pro?

May 23, 2008

I'm new to Mac. I feel I have been suitably rehabilitated from my former ways. I bought a MacBook Pro. It came with an installation disc for Leopard. I'm not sure if it's an image or if it's the OS install DVD. I bought a Mac Pro, quad Xeon 64 bit monster. The guy I bought it from had to retain the HDD for legal reasons. So, I bought a couple of drives that I'll slot in. Question: Can I use the install disc from my MacBook Pro to install Leopard on my Mac Pro?

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OS X :: Using MacBook Pro To Install Leopard On IMac -- Won't Boot From Leopard DVD?

Feb 24, 2010

I have:

-one iMac with cracked screen -- currently being used via dual monitor setup

-one new MacBook Pro (running Snow Leopard)

-a legitimate, family pack DVD for Leopard

I want to:

-reformat the iMac and install Leopard on the iMac via Target Mode/firewire using the DVD drive on my MBP

However, when I try to boot the MBP from the Leopard DVD, nothing happens.

I know this is kind of a mess, but it's the only viable solution I have been able to come up with. I can't install Leopard on the iMac from the Leopard DVD because I can't see the screen (due to the huge crack on my iMac) and it does not show up on the extra monitor.

Is there a way to safely force the MBP to boot from the Leopard install DVD?

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OS X V10.5 Leopard :: Install Mac Snow Leopard On Apple Power-PC G5?

Apr 14, 2012

is it possible to install mac snow leopard on apple power pc g5

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PowerBook, Mac OS X (10.5.1)

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