Anyone can explain "clientless" in SSL VPN ?

Hello, Anyone can explain "clientless" in SSL VPN ? Or give a link for it ? Thank you
eemoonAsked:
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GeNeRaL971Commented:
Hi eemoon

So, clientless SSL VPN enables end users to securely access resources on the corporate network from anywhere using an SSL-enabled Web browser. The user first autehnticates with a Clientless SSL VPN gateway, which then allows the user to access pre-configured network resources.

you can see all the page here.
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eemoonAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your reply. Why Cisco gave the name "clientless" ?
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GeNeRaL971Commented:
Why Cisco gave the name "clientless" ?

Wow good question ^^'

I'm really sorry but I don't know and don't found  why CISCO give this name.
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vpnttgCommented:
Because you can connect to the VPN gateway without installing special client software on your computer, it is enough to have only a web browser.
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eemoonAuthor Commented:
I think vpnttg is right. Thank you vpnttg!

I know there are three kinds of SSL:

1 clientless
2 thin-client
3 full-tunnel client

The first does not need installing ssl vpn client or svc
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eemoonAuthor Commented:
Can I ask why we call it as Anyconnect SSL vpn ? it can connect with any one ?
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vpnttgCommented:
Cisco Anyconnect version 3.0 and above support SSL as well as IPSECv2 connection.
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eemoonAuthor Commented:
Thank you !
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