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Thread: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

  1. #51
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    Re: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

    Cavillis, sorry for the delayed response. I don't spend much time trawling random web fora -- I usually expect people to come to the openconnect-devel mailing list if they need help.

    Did you get openconnect working? Please send email if you still need help with it. It ought to work fine.

  2. #52
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    Re: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

    Quote Originally Posted by dwmw2 View Post
    Ubuntu has proper native support for the AnyConnect VPN. Just install the openconnect and network-manager-openconnect packages. Then after a reboot you should be able to configure the VPN and connect using NetworkManager.

    There's no need to mess around trying to get Cisco's own VPN client to work.
    I was having all kinds of problems with AnyConnect and no solution until I saw this. Worked perfectly for one network that was giving me mild problems. Going to try it on my home network that was giving me the most problems and hopefully everything is fixed. Thanks for the help!

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    Re: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

    For all who visit this thread:

    --You do not need to install 32-bit Firefox or libs32
    --You do not need to download or install the Cisco client, from their website or your IT provider
    --You do not have to learn how to use x11vnc


    Just


    sudo apt-get install openconnect
    sudo apt-get install network-mananger-openconnect-gnome


    then go to "network manager " icon, which is located by the date and time in the upper right corner.

    click "VPN Connections", choose "Configure VPN..."

    Select the VPN tab

    Click "Add"

    When prompted to choose a VPN connection type, use Cisco Anyconnect compatible vpn (openconnect).

    click "create"

    Give it a connection name (e.g. Myvpn, or it can be anything)

    Put the gateway name (e.g. vpnserver.company.com)

    click "Apply", then "Close" Network connections


    Go to "network manager" icon, in the upper right.

    click "VPN Connections", choose "Myvpn"

  4. #54
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    Re: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

    The OpenConnect was working till last week and from yesterday it is failing. The following is the output. Can someone help please?

    Attempting to connect to 68.xx:443
    SSL negotiation with 68.xx
    Connected to HTTPS on 68.xx
    GET https://68.xx/
    GET https://68.xx/+webvpn+/index.html
    Please enter your username and password.
    USERNAME:corpssl
    Password:
    POST https://68.xx/+webvpn+/index.html
    Error fetching HTTPS response
    SSL negotiation with 68.xx
    Connected to HTTPS on 68.xx
    Error fetching HTTPS response
    Creating SSL connection failed
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  5. #55
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    Re: Cisco Anyconnect SSL VPN Client Certificate Error

    Quote Originally Posted by deepaknet View Post
    The OpenConnect was working till last week and from yesterday it is failing. The following is the output. Can someone help please?
    I'll say it again, although I already said it earlier in this thread:
    YOU NEED TO POST ISSUES LIKE THIS TO THE openconnect-devel@lists.infradead.org MAILING LIST.

    I do not spend my time trawling random web forums. Not very often, at least

    I think this is already fixed in OpenConnect 3.12. Not sure if Ubuntu has update their package yet; I know Fedora has. Please try the latest version and send email to the mailing list if it fails.

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