is there someone who had the same or similar problem with Anyconnect Client ?
Description below :
It is about the 1800 series Cisco IOS router, I have configured SSL VPN and uploaded the pkg image which also have AnyConnect client included, but I got the problems when I should connect via AnyConnect client.
The problem is, I can open anyconnect on the PC, than I type ip address and click on the "select" than I got the question about Certificate, sÃ¥ I accept it twise, and than I should get the prompt for username and password, but NO, I got nothing. Than I opened the EventViewer and I saw the error which looks like this one below:
Function: ProfileMgr :: getHostInitSettings
Description: Profile settings not available for my_ip_address
Are you trying to use the AnyConnect by just launching the program or are you using the portal to open it up?
If you are launching the program not from the portal (stand-alone mode) then IOS currently does not support stand-alone mode, which means you can also connect using the AnyConnect client by first going to the portal and then trying to connect. I believe that stand-alone mode will be supported in later releases of IOS.
IF you are using the portal to launch it and you get this message maybe the problem is that you have a policy that only accept client from specific IP address and yours doesn't match it.
I am lauching my anyconnect by the program and I am using an ASA5505 and when i put in my username/password i am getting "AnyConnect is not enabled on the VPN Server" I have checked the GUI and through command line and it appears to be enabled, is there any other place that can be checked?
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