AnyConnect and licences

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Hello,

since Cisco has been telling us that AnyConnect is the upgrade path from the old IPsec client for x64 machines, I am wondering if you require WebVPN licences to use the AnyConnect client. ASDM reports the number of "clientless SSL VPN" peers, so AnyConnect should be a "client SSL VPN", but that is just guesswork... Can anyone confirm/deny this? And if AnyConnect requires licences, will it acquire IPsec functionality in the future, so we can move to x64 architecture without paying for SSL VPN?

Regards,

Bostjan

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blueoceanventure Fri, 07/20/2007 - 01:41

I read somewhere on cisco.com that IPsec functionality was coming to the AnyConnect later :)

shaun.white Sat, 07/21/2007 - 18:44

yes, you are correct...any connect is only replacing the SSL (SVC) client as of release 8.0

HTH

ggilbert Sun, 07/22/2007 - 07:55

Bostjan,

The number of Webvpn license determine number of webvpn & SSL VPN (Anyconnect client) connections.

Anyconnect at the moment in 8.0.2 supports only TLS & DTLS options. In the next future release, it will support IPSec connectivity.

Thanks

gilbert

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