This chapter introduced you to the Cisco VPN Client for Windows. Installing, configuring, and managing it is fairly easy. And with 4.6 and the auto-update feature, managing it becomes even easier. In the last part of the chapter I devoted quite a few pages to common problems you'll see when setting up remote access sessions. The most common of these problems are: address translation, fragmentation, and Microsoft Network access. Using the client Log event viewer and Windows command tools makes most troubleshooting tasks a simple process.
Next up is Chapter 13, "Windows Software Client," where I show you how to configure Microsoft's Windows Software Client for remote access connectivity to the VPN 3000 concentrators.