kernel log being filled with CiscoVPN messages

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by digininja, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. digininja macrumors newbie

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    Jul 19, 2010
    #1
    I installed the official Cisco VPN and since I did I get the following lines in my kernel.log file every minute or so.
    PHP:
    Aug 22 18:35:56 mactop kernel[0]: com.deterministicnetworks.driver.dne:  dne_eventProto 0 interface enevent KEV_DL_LINK_ON
    Aug 22 18
    :35:56 mactop kernel[0]: CiscoVPN attempting to attach to all available ethernet interfaces.
    Aug 22 18:35:56 mactop kernel[0]: CiscoVPN checking if we are already attached to interface: vboxnet0
    Aug 22 18
    :35:56 mactop kernel[0]: CiscoVPN checking if we are already attached to interface: en1
    Aug 22 18
    :35:56 mactop kernel[0]: CiscoVPN checking if we are already attached to interface: en0
    Aug 22 18
    :35:56 mactop kernel[0]: com.deterministicnetworks.driver.dne:  socket_event_callbacken0 link on
    I've not got the app running running so I assume that it is a demon of kind that is causing this. There is nothing in the process list named cisco or vpn. How can I find what is causing this and kill it as it must be taking processing time and it is flooding my log.
     
  2. arup123 macrumors newbie

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    Apr 26, 2011
    #2
    I am facing the exact same problem:

    CiscoVPN is not running. No process related to cisco VPN is running. I am still getting constant messages on the console in Macbook Pro:

    4/26/11 12:02:02 PM kernel CiscoVPN : attempting to attach to all available ethernet interfaces.
    4/26/11 12:02:02 PM kernel CiscoVPN : checking if we are already attached to interface: en1
    4/26/11 12:02:02 PM kernel CiscoVPN : checking if we are already attached to interface: en0

    Anybody knows why this is happening?
     

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