Cisco has released (Sep 21, 2010) an ANyCOnnect client for iOS 4...
That said, I would like to continue using the Apple IPSec client on my
MacBook, 'cause it's built in on OS 10.6, and works just fine.
On Fri, 20 Aug 2010 08:55:18 -0400, Lynne Meeks <[log in to unmask]>
>You can actually continue to use the IPSec VPN; we are strongly
>encouraging everyone who can migrate to using the SSLVPN to do so now.
>99% of all systems should be able to use the SSLVPN. However, for the
>time being we will be maintaining IPSec support on VPN.UVM.EDU for
>situations such as yours.
>(Note that there are other, older, VPN concentrators that will be no
>longer in service, so if you are connecting to any host other than
>VPN.UVM.EDU please make the change to *Host: VPN.UVM.EDU* in your
>SSLVPN.UVM.EDU is the host to use for all AnyConnect client VPN
>We did not address the issue of systems that do not support the SSLVPN
>in the VPN banner in order to keep the banner message as simple as
>possible, but knew full well that this would generate some questions.
>Sorry for any confusion.
>And thanks for asking the question.
>On 8/19/2010 6:49 PM, Kelvin Chu wrote:
>> Hi there.
>> When I VPN in on my iPad I get a warning that the VPN service is going
away andnthat in should use the sslvpn.UVM.edu service. Yet there is no iPad
client. Is there a solution that will allow me to have a UVM ip address on my
iPad so I can get to web of science databases, etc.
>> Sent from my iPad