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I don't think that IPSec VPN clients will work with the new VPN, but I 
will leave it to the experts to confirm that.

As far as the app goes, that's exciting, I've been waiting for it for my 
iPhone4 and iPad... however, it looks like there may be some additional 
licensing involved.

I downloaded the free app on my iPhone4, put in sslvpn.uvm.edu and named 
it... hit connect, entered NetID and Password... then I got the message 
"Welcome to the OURVPNNAMEHERE AnyConnect VPN Authorized Users only!" as 
I normally get with the client. However, after hitting "accept" to that 
message I receive the message "The secure gateway has rejected the 
agent's VPN connect or reconnect request. A new connection requires 
re-authentication and must be started manually. Please contact your 
network administrator if this problem persists. The following message 
was received from the secure gateway: No License"

So, it may be some time until this will be in use, eh?

Tyler

On 9/28/2010 1:23 PM, Lenny the Fish wrote:
> Cisco has released (Sep 21, 2010) an ANyCOnnect client for iOS 4...
>
> http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cisco-anyconnect/id392790924?mt=8
>
> 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]>
> wrote:
>
>    
>>   Kelvin,
>>
>> 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
>>      
> IPSEc
>    
>> VPN profile.)
>>
>> SSLVPN.UVM.EDU is the host to use for all AnyConnect client VPN
>>      
> connections.
>    
>> 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.
>>
>> Lynne
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 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.
>    
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> -k
>>>
>>>
>>> Sent from my iPad
>>>        
>>      

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