We have been using Cisco Pixes and ASA's for our firewalls for years. Now with the advent of 64bit OS's the party line from Cisco has been that the traditional IPsec client is being descommissioned in favor the AnyConnect SSL. This is fine if I am using an ASA but where does this leave those of us who want to RA connections on a UC520 and/or a SR520 ? I know they support "SSL" vpn but I am told this is not the same thing as AnyConnect.
Yes this is what I wanted to know. Is this the case with the SR520 as well? The impression I got from TAC and others at Cisco is that AnyConnect was supported only on ASA's and that SSL on ISR's and others was a different animal. How many SSL licensed connections come with the UC500?
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