I need to connect to my enterprise VPN from a tablet running Windows 8.
Until now we have been using VPN clients 5.0.05.0290 on Windows XP and 7 workstations to make VPN connections and everything works well. As the tablet uses Windows 8 I installed the Cisco AnyConnect Client 3.1.04066 but when I open it and type the public IP of the ASA I can't connect to it
I have been reading about it but I'm not sure if I need to change the ASA configuration to allow access from clients using AnyConnect or the present configuration which works perfect with clients using VPN 5.X is enough for the AnyConnect to work.
Do I need a new license to use AnyConnect clients?
Is it possible to have both clients using VPN 5.X and Anyconnect connecting to the ASA?
I add here the output of sh ver in the ASA firewall. Find also enclosed some screenshots of the ASDM.
In screenshot1 I tried enabling the Enable Cisco Anyconnect... in interface outside but the VPN didn't work so I left it as it was in my original configuration (that is how it is in screenshot1)
Thanks in advanced.
Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software Version 8.0(2)
Mobile remote access VPN clients (iOS, Android etc.) require the Anyconnect for Mobile license. In your case, the part number would be L-ASA-AC-M-5520=.
However, please be advised the Anyconnect for Mobile has a prerequisite of ASA software at least 8.0(3). you 8.0(2) will not support that license. If you have smartnet support, I would advise upgrading to at least 8.2(5). That the latest release that doesn't require a memory upgrade or change the syntax (NAT etc.).
You won't see it on your 8.0(2) system because they have changed the packaging to introduce the licensing you are asking about later on.
Once you get your system onto 8.2 you will see the default two AnyConnect Premium licenses. The only way it would not be available would be if you were to install and activate AnyConnect Essentials licenses (because you must choose from either Essentials or Premium).
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