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I know this is an old question but a simple solution I have found is make sure power saving mode is turned off. I looked all over the Internet to figure this out and discovered it by accident. Hope it helps someone else. I was using Betternet which is a great VPN service but it would not connect. I turned power saving mode off and it connected instantly.

Before purchasing a VPN, double check to make sure that they offer a downloadable app, and then safely browse from your phone or tablet on any Wi-Fi without worry. Some VPNs will allow multiple devices to connect simultaneously, which means you can connect your PC, laptop, phone, router, and wife’s phone all for one low price.

I have used 5 different VPNs and all of them had drawbacks and I ultimately decided to look for something better like NordVPN. From the very start of my subscription to NordVPN I was astonished at how easy to use it is, and at how the connection speed is only limited by your connection speed. Other VPNs have struggled to keep up and I have maybe 40 mbps on a good day. This doesn’t even break a sweat at 40 mbps and I haven’t been able to cap it on any connection I have access too. This is all on top of the fact that this VPN is much more anonymous and doesn’t put on a front in hopes of getting you to spend more money. The prices are beyond fair, the service is beyond exceptional.

I followed the directions and information provided by IT department but no success. Is there a log I can see on my phone to help troubleshoot why it is failing (it doesn't seem to be connecting to the ASA to view any information from there). In the directions it states "The connection should then connect and function. If it does not work, check the IPsec logs and the Status System Logs, VPN, L2TP Raw log to see more specific errors. " I can't find this System Log??

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