No it does not.
The SA500 supports:
- Linksys QuickVPN and Greenbow IPSec client
- A built in SSL Thin Client
- VPN Pass through to a device that does support Cisco VPN clients.
The SA500 doesn't support Cisco Easy VPN client or Anyconnect SSL Client (but this might be on the roadmap; I will check)
Yes I did the next day, which is the day you asked if I ever did.
So the answer is yes, its on the roadmap, but I cant commit any release or dates.
I'm assuming that Cisco Anyconnect is still on the roadmap for the SA500 series routers since Cisco VPN Client is nearing EOL. Can anyone confirm this and/or provide any planned dates?
Any information would be much appreciated.
Would you get a status on whether or not Cisco is still planning on supporting AnyConnect? We would also like to know when Cisco plans on fixing SSL VPN for Mac OSX 10.7 and above (Mountain Lion will be released in early July and we are already beta testing it on some of our test machines). I know it's asking a lot, but we would really like to know if Cisco plans on implementing Inter-VLAN ACL support for these routers as well.
I have called Cisco, PM'd a few of the active Cisco techs here on the forums, and emailed the few contacts I know at Cisco and no one is able to answer any of these questions.
I ask these questions because we have an RV220W and several WRVS4400N v2 routers that we would like to replace with SA540's, but we really need the above fixed/implemented in order to do so. We are a small shop and do not have the resources (Network folks) that can support the Enterprise level Cisco routers (basically anything with iOS).
I would greatly appreciate it if you would reach out to some of your Cisco contacts to determine when and if a firmware maintenance release is coming out soon and if it will fix/implement any of these features.
Thank you so much in advance.
I also would like to know this. Actually we have the SA520W model (essentially the same as the 540 but with wireless). Steven said the Anyconnect is on the roadmap for the SA500 series - many owners of these (ourselves included of course) would like to know about this. I realize the SA500 series tends to be the redheaded stepchild that is not well liked but properly setup these are solid devices that still cost quite a bit. These are also still current devices on the main Cisco site and sold through all main channels so I'd think they have not been forgotten. Although the current firmware does still have a few bugs and not updated since late last year....
As of right now the SA500 does not support Anyconnect (2.1.71) If anyconnect is supported then it would be in release notes of the maintenance release.
Would also like to see AnyConnect support with SA540 cisco are very slow on bringing updates etc to SA500 range not impressed.