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What does AnyConnect Mobile actually enable

My CCNP Firewall book states that the Anyconnect mobile license...

Enables AnyConnect client access for Windows Mobile touch screen devices (also requires AnyConnect Essentials or Premium license)

 

There wording here is a bit ambiguous. If I have only the AnyConnect Essentials license and try to connect to my clientless SSL VPN via an Android tablet, will I be unable to get on until I upgrade to an Anyconnect mobile?

 

Or is Anyconnect mobile only for client based VPNs that are installed on tablets?

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hi,both karthik and marvin is

hi,

both karthik and marvin are correct.

you'll need the anyconnect mobile license installed on your ASA (there's a free 90-day trial license).

links below shows using both clientless and client based VPN:

http://ccnpsecuritywannabe.blogspot.com/2014/07/anyconnect-vpn-client-for-iphone.html

http://ccnpsecuritywannabe.blogspot.com/2014/07/cisco-vpn-client-on-iphone.html

 

 

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Hi Steve,The condition is you

Hi Steve,

The condition is you should have Cisco AnyConnect Mobile License along with Anyconnect essentials or premium license to have the mobile based anyconnect enabling for apple/android...etc tablets / phones.

 

Table 2. Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Licensing Options

License Requirements
(each license below is required)

Description

Cisco ASA Platform License

Cisco AnyConnect Essentials[2] (P/N: (L-ASA-AC-E-55**=) 5, 10, 20, 40, 50, 80, 85)

Highly secure remote-access connectivity
Single license per ASA device model (not a per-user license); enables maximum simultaneous users on platform
Full-tunneling access to enterprise applications

Cisco AnyConnect Premium[3] (P/N: (L-ASA-SSL-***=) 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2500, 5000, 10,000)

Also provides support for clientless SSL VPN and capabilities available on desktop Cisco AnyConnect platforms, including Cisco HostScan and Always-On VPN connectivity
License is based on number of simultaneous users and is available as a single device or shared license

Cisco AnyConnect Mobile License5

P/N: (L-ASA-AC-M-55*=)
5, 10, 20, 40, 50, 80, 85

Enables mobile OS platform compatibility
Required (single license) per security gateway device, in addition to Essentials or Premium licenses
No per-user license required

 

 

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Karthik

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I'm really looking to find

I'm really looking to find out if Anyconnect Mobile Licensing is required for both client based and clientLESS VPNs.

 

So if I'm reading this correctly... it looks like the gateway you are dialing into (be it client based or clientless) is capable of detecting what OS your device is running.

 

Is this correct or should I be able to access the clientless SSL VPN regardless of the device I'm coming from? (assuming I dont have the license)

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The ASA can detect your

The ASA can detect your browser is a mobile device version and will not allow access unless you have AnyConnect for Mobile license activated.

This applies to either Clientless SSL VPN (AnyConnect Premium) or full tunnel SSL VPN (client-based).

hi,both karthik and marvin is

hi,

both karthik and marvin are correct.

you'll need the anyconnect mobile license installed on your ASA (there's a free 90-day trial license).

links below shows using both clientless and client based VPN:

http://ccnpsecuritywannabe.blogspot.com/2014/07/anyconnect-vpn-client-for-iphone.html

http://ccnpsecuritywannabe.blogspot.com/2014/07/cisco-vpn-client-on-iphone.html

 

 

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