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Need Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for Linux (Ubuntu)

Posted on 2012-12-26
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Hi Everybody,

I have a laptop with Ubuntu 12.10 installed and needless to say VPN configuration has been a nightmare for it. I understand that I need a Cisco log in and a corporate account number to download the client, but I don't have one. I've searched and searched the torrents but I've not had any luck. What I really want to do is use my Ubuntu laptop for work because I don't like using Windows and Ubuntu is so much faster. Can anyone help out?
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I would assume that you need Cisco AnyConnect because your company uses a Cisco VPN server.  If that is true, I would suggest you contact the team responsible for the VPN server and they should be able to get the client for you.  This does assume that as any good company should do you have a support contract in place for your VPN server.

There is a "open source" product that is supposed to be compatible with Cisco's VPN servers:

http://www.infradead.org/openconnect/
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