Working as a consultant I find it annoying I cannot see a drop-down list in the AnyConnect client as you can with the traditional IPSEC VPN client with multiple profiles. Has anyone found out how to modify the default profile to list multiple entries?
You will see multiple entries if the profiles (.xml files) are downloaded (from the multiple ASA-based remote access VPNs you access (or installed manually)) into your AnyConnect installation.
The ASA needs to be setup with the IPSec profile.xml file. Once multiple ones are downloaded to your computer (usually automatically by virtue of logging in) you should see the drop down list in your AnyConnect client allowing you to choose from among them.
This becomes the problem. Not all customers have customized .xml profiles with their associated groups. I'm curious if there is some other method of manually modifying my local profile file (like the vpnclient.ini in traditional ipsec vpn client) to keep a list even if I have to manually add it. I have over 35 independant entries in the original Cisco IPSEC client. It's frustrating to say the least.
My problem is the opposite. In testing different any connect profiles, I have a few that are no longer being used still showing up in the drop down box in my computer. How can I removed the unwanted profiles from my computer?
Just delete the .XML file(s) in the Profiles folder ("%ProgramData%\Cisco\Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client\Profile" in Windows 7) that you no longer want. You will have to restart the AnyConnect client after adding or deleting profiles in order for them to show up (or not show up) in the pull-down list.
See previous posts above by Marvin Rhoads for details on what field(s) in the XML file are of interest or where to find the profile folder where the XML files are stored.
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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