Cisco ASA and Ipsecuritas

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Feb 5th, 2009
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Anyone able to connect to a Cisco ASA with Ipsecuritas on a Mac. I need a mac VPN client that can establish a VPN connection to the ASA so clients can login to the remote server and enable session features which can only be done at login. I can connect with the Cisco Mac client and VPN Tracker but only Ipsecuritas allows a connection before login not after login. Anyone with any success configuring Ipsecuritas with the ASA?

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ebreniz Wed, 02/11/2009 - 14:25
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To find out the client types and version information, click on the lock icon at the top left corner of the VPN Client main window and choose About VPN Client.


You can notify VPN Client users when it is time to update the VPN Client software on their remote systems. The notification can include a location containing the client update (the update does not happen automatically). Use the Client Update procedure at the VPN 3000 Concentrator to configure a client notification:


tep 1 To enable Client Update, go to Configuration | System | Client Update and click Enable.


Step 2 At the Configuration | System | Client Update | Enable screen, check Enabled (the default) and then click Apply.


Step 3 On the Configuration | System | Client Update | screen, click Entries.


Step 4 On the Entries screen, click Add. | The VPN Concentrator Manager, displays the Configuration | System | Client Update | Entries | Add or Modify screen.


Step 5 For Client Type, enter the operating systems to notify:


•Windows includes all Windows-based platforms


•WinNT includes Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista platforms


•Linux


•Solaris


•Mac OS X

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