IPSEC vs Anyconnect VPN Looking for Real World experience

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Nov 17th, 2009

Currently running IPSEC VPN on a Concentrator. We have users that use a lot of public wireless, Sprint Air Cards, and hotel networks. Most of the time the IPSEC works fine but sometimes it requires multiple connection attempts or drops which is obviously frustrating for the userbase.

Is the AnyConnect SSL VPN any better at handling these types of connections?

I have this problem too.
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Farrukh Haroon Sun, 11/22/2009 - 06:03

If your connections are breaking due to NAT/IPSEC-being-blocked issues, then SSL VPNs have a better chance as 443 is rarely blocked. But if your IPSEC VPN is properly setup with NAT-T and keepalives, they should work through most networks.

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