On a new Windows 8 desktop I started seeing the Cisco AnyConnect client display a message telling me that it is reconnecting. It would continue to do this and never really connect. In the message logs in the client I found the following entry.
There was a forum post that I found that recommended lowering the MTU for the interface created by the AnyConnect client to 1273. It appears to have worked.
The following NetSh command can be used to check the MTU for your interfaces:
Check the value of the “loopback pseudo-interface 1” adapter. The “loopback pseudo-interface 1” is the network adapter name for Cisco Anyconnect.
Set the MTU value for the “loopback pseudo-interface 1” interface with the following NetSH command: