You are correct it's in the Fedora repo. [[email protected] ~]# dnf search anyconnect Last metadata expiration check: 0:22:00 ago on Fri Mar 10 10:27:05 2017. =====N/S Matched: anyconnect ===== openconnect.x86_64 : Open client for Cisco AnyConnect VPN openconnect.i686 : Open client for Cisco AnyConnect VPN
Jan 07, 2008 · Currently I'm needing to install a CISCO VPN Client in Fedora 6. Looking for instructions and for download an appropriate client, I got a very good step by step in this forum (networking section: by krbennettmd at 2005-10-20 10:07) Feb 11, 2019 · University of Illinois students, faculty, and staff can use these directions to set up some Linux computers or devices to connect to the Virtual Private Network (VPN). Cisco-supported Versions. Some versions of Red Hat Linux and Ubuntu are compatible with the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. Aug 17, 2017 · The Cisco AnyConnect VPN client for Linux is recommended. The following instructions are provided for those who prefer to use a built-in VPN client for Linux. Overview Stanford's VPN allows you to connect to Stanford's network as if you were on campus, making access to restricted services possible. You are correct it's in the Fedora repo. [[email protected] ~]# dnf search anyconnect Last metadata expiration check: 0:22:00 ago on Fri Mar 10 10:27:05 2017. =====N/S Matched: anyconnect ===== openconnect.x86_64 : Open client for Cisco AnyConnect VPN openconnect.i686 : Open client for Cisco AnyConnect VPN
Jun 08, 2020 · Some versions of Red Hat Linux and Ubuntu are compatible with the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. See the AnyConnect 4.3 Release Notes for a detailed listing of which versions and features are supported.
The easiest way to create a Cisco VPN client connection on Redhat 7 Linux is to use vpnc client which is an opensource alternative to Cisco VPN client. Let's start by VPNC installation on RHEL7. The VPNC package is located within EPEL ( Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 7 ) repository thus first enable EPEL repository:
In an ideal use case, you'll use Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client to connect to a Cisco SSL VPN server. There is an open source creation called OpenConnect. We have a guide on how to connect to VPN Server with OpenConnect SSL VPN Client on Linux. I encountered so many issues with OpenConnect and decided to give AnyConnect a try. These release notes support Cisco VPN Client software for the following releases: • Release 4.8.00 and 4.8.01 on Windows. • Release 4.8.00 and 4.8.01 on Linux. • Release 4.8.00 on Mac OS X. In this document, we refer to all these releases generically as "Release 4.8." The Client supports all Cisco VPN access products and servers. Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for Linux is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client that can be installed and launched from within a web Updates. 4/28/09 - This guide has been around in different forms for nearly two years and has generated a good deal of interest. The basic steps are still exactly the same, but many of the compilation errors listed in the subsections have been resolved in newer versions of the Cisco VPN client (v4.8.02.0030) and Linux kernel (2.6.28).