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This article will describe site to site vpn tunnel configuration between openswan (Linux box) and Cisco ASA (Ver 9.1). This tutorial specifically designing for non-Linux tech guy who just know that Linux is a server with black screen CLI based command line OS. It has fun to work on Linux server and create IPsec site to site vpn. Requirements -: Software Download - Cisco Systems When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select How to Connect to Cisco AnyConnect VPN in Ubuntu Nov 01, 2014 How do I install the Cisco Anyconnect VPN client? - Ask Ubuntu
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Download the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for Linux installer from: Enter the CougarNet credentials. Click Login. Download and copy file to your desktop. Open Terminal. Drag the file into Terminal. Remove the quotes and type sudo in front of the file location. Press Enter. Type your password and installation should begin. Installation is done
For Ubuntu Linux, Cisco provides the anyconnect VPN client. But why not connect with the simplistic, FOSS, and Network-Manager-integrated, "openconnect" and "network-manager-openconnect" packages from the "universe" repository instead?
For 64-bit clients: tar xvfz anyconnect-linux_64x.0217-k9.tar.gz' Open the newly-extracted folder to find the VPN folder. Right-click the "vpn_install.sh" file. Double-click Run. Use the GUI to install the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client at the root level. For some versions of Linux, such as Ubuntu, using the CLI will be necessary.