3) I want to know whether Clientless SSL VPN and SVC full mode option is supported on nokia-e6 and blackberry? Please let me know if there is any other option available for these smartphones.
SVC full tunnel mode says that the client downloads some java applet from the VPN server... so will this applet work on nokia-e6 and blackberry or is it only compatible with end machines?
4) Since the internet terminated is only 2 mbps so what difference would a AIM-VPN/SSL-1 card can make on 1841? I understand it is for hardware acceleration for encryption/decryption but will there be a difference noticed in case ?
Re: SSL VPN on Nokia E6 and Blackberry as client with Cisco Rout
Thanks for your response... that did clarified a lot of things..
I think Anyconnect is not compatible if used on smartphones(including nokia-e6/iphone/bb) as a client and Cisco IOS based router as a Web-VPN server.... Anyconnect client will work for smartphones only if the VPN server is ASA?? Correct me if wrong.
Also if the clientless VPN needs only browser so web-vpn should work for any smartphone whose browser supports ssl?
I cannot discuss this with SE because I m looking this for a SOHO environment.
However, my ultimate intention is to check for support of SSL-VPN on these smartphones for Cisco Router as a Web-VPN server. I understand now that Anyconnect won't work on smartphones if Cisco Router is deployed as Web-VPN server... it will work only if ASA is deployed as a Web-VPN server.
Now my only way seems to be clientless SSL-VPN. Has anyone used such a setup... I mean with Cisco router as a Web-VPN server and smartphones connecting to the server using clientless SSL VPN?
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