I can tell you for a fact that the PocketPC-integrated VPN client will
not interoperate with UVM's Cisco VPN Concentrator.
There may be support for the native VPN client in the future. However,
if you need access now, you have to buy the Movian client.
CIT Client Services
Larry Kost wrote:
> Thanks for your response.
> You say it "probably" won't work. Any way to be sure? I priced the
> movian and its about $75. Don't want to purchase if I can help it.
> This isn't really a big deal right now. Just thought it would be
> interesting to see if it works.
> Larry Kost
> At 02:45 PM 3/17/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>> If you're using the VPN that's built in to the Pocket PC, it's
>> probably not gonna work. the only one i've been able to get working
>> (the only one i really KNOW of) is the movian VPN by certicom.
>> (www.certicom.com you can also purchase a single licensed copy from
>> once you've got the VPN client installed, you should contact me or
>> Roger Bombardier directly for the settings. This is just a temporary
>> solution; Ideally after more testing we'll be able to create a
>> UVM-configured installer for this.
>> On Wednesday, March 17, 2004, at 12:51 PM, Larry Kost wrote:
>>> You can disregard my previous question about VPN for my Pocket PC.
>>> I found the info in (of all places) the instructions on line. I do
>>> need to know *password, domain name, TCP/IP settings, and host name
>>> or IP address of the VPN server*. Where can I get this info?
>>> Larry Kost