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Connect Centos 5.7/6 with Cisco VPN

Hi,

  I have a Centos 5.7 server which I want to connect to Cisco VPN server. I download the VPN client from here:

http://tuxx-home.at/archives/2009/05/12/T19_03_01/

But after some time the client disconnects.

Is there other VPN client that I can use. I need to use the tunneling mode VPN with manually configured port.

Regards

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Re: Connect Centos 5.7/6 with Cisco VPN

There is a Cisco Anyconnect client for 64-bit Linux systems.Tthe latest version is:

anyconnect-Linux_64-2.5.3055-k9.tar.gz
Release Date: 27/SEP/2011
Standalone tarball package for 64-bit Linux platforms.

That should work for you.

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Connect Centos 5.7/6 with Cisco VPN

Yes but I need to establish IPSEC TCP tunnel on port 443.

As far as I know anyconnect-Linux_64-2.5.3055-k9.tar.gz is for SSL VPN.

Hall of Fame Super Silver

Connect Centos 5.7/6 with Cisco VPN

I guess I don't understand the complete requirement. SSL is TCP port 443.

Connect Centos 5.7/6 with Cisco VPN

Perhaps you might want to try VPNC.

http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/

I´m not sure if you can customize de TCP port but you might want to install it and give it a try. I once used it on Ubuntu and it worked for me (using the standard VPN ports though)

BTW, if you ask Cisco they dont support any client other than the Cisco VPN Clients.

http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/

Have fun.

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