Struggling to enable the "free" 2 user SSL-VPN tunnel on the a 1921 Sec-K9 with IOS 15.1(3)T. Using CCP to do the SSL VPN, and under SSL VPN Manager config and it keeps: "Feature License (SSL_VPN) assocaiated with this feature is not deployed on the device. You may be able to configure this device, but the configuration will not be effective until the license is installed. Use the link below to install the license."
I follow the link but I cannot enable any of the licenses. Also it shows 5000 user licenses and 1400+ days for valid periods.
I have NOT downloaded any SSL licenses, as I am hoping the use the so called 2 free user licenses, purely for admin, that are apparently bundled in the IOS. I am hoping to configure either WebVPN, or use the device purely for AnyConnect connectivity for admin and remote support, hence do NOT want to purchase an expensive 10-user license bundle.
Am I confused here? Must I go download a license for this device?
Hmmmm, after having read so many posts about various technologies, I must admit that it appears I am getting confused, or have gotten confused with WebVPN, ASA, IOS, and SSL.
Can you please confirm for me the following then:
SSL-VPN - 10 user "free" license available with HSEC 18xx/28xx/... routers. (includes Web-VPN)
2 Free SSL-VPN licenses with the ASA range. - Obviously I have gotten confused with this.
IPSec by default with a Sec-k( 19xx/29xx/etc 15.x IOS router. Is IPSec compatible with the AnyConnect client? Meaning can I configure the 1921 I have to provide EasyVPN to a AnyConnect client? I think it is SSL VPN only right?
SSL for the rest fo the platforms, or those not explicitly mentioned here must be purchased.
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