Cisco AnyConnect SBL appears in logon before Windows. Assuming I am a remote user using this wireless aircard (AT&T, Verizon Access Manager, Sprint or any vendors) and uses AnyConnect SSL VPN client.
In a normal cases, you have to login before connecting to your service provider, correct?
Where does SBL play the role if at the first place since your aircard is not connected yet to the provider? I think, you must be connected first to the provider prior to any SSL type of connections.
I got the SBL prompt, reason i can't contact the host or even using ip address. No reachability take place...
Wondering if any trick to use SBL and with aircard either a built-in or USB type?