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OS X kernel log being filled with CiscoVPN messages

Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 9:23 am
by Guest
I recently installed your VPN software on my Mac and since I did my log files have been filling up with the following message. There is a new batch of these coming in every minute or so. com.deterministicnetworks.driver.dne:  socket_event_callback: en0 link oncom.deterministicnetworks.driver.dne:  dne_event: Proto 0 interface en, event KEV_DL_LINK_OFF CiscoVPN : attempting to attach to all available ethernet interfaces. CiscoVPN : checking if we are already attached to interface: vboxnet0  CiscoVPN : checking if we are already attached to interface: en1  CiscoVPN : checking if we are already attached to interface: en0  What can I do to stop these or at lease disable the driver when Im not using it.

Re:OS X kernel log being filled with CiscoVPN messages

Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:37 am
by Guest
Wild-*** guess here: you
e using wifi but you have a wired port.  It looks like something is polling the wiredport for carrier, and issuing a linkup/linkdown event which is causing the Cisco VPN client to react by trying to re-attach.  Try disabling any ports you are not using and see if the log entries go away.

Re:OS X kernel log being filled with CiscoVPN messages

Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:18 am
by Guest
Taking en0 down seems to have stopped the messages appearing. Im still not used to the Mac bringing interfaces up automatically by default, will have to play with the settings for that.

Re:OS X kernel log being filled with CiscoVPN messages

Posted: Sat Jan 01, 2011 12:36 pm
by Guest
This log messages are disturbing me too. Have you found a solution to suppress/disable them?