The Cisco VPN (virtual private network) client allows a computer to make secure network connections via specific equipment called VPN concentrators located on the campus network. Using the VPN, all network traffic between your computer and the VPN concentrator is encrypted. In addition, the VPN allows you to connect to other systems as if your computer were on campus, whether or not it actually is physically located on the campus network.
A new version of the Cisco VPN client is now available(when prompted, use your CalNetID and passphrase for access). For best results, remove any prior Cisco AnyConnect client version before installing a new release version.)
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Additional Links for Mobile clients:
|Available Platforms:||Windows, Macintosh, UNIX, Linux|
Clicking on the links below will take you to a page that will offer a choice between two releases of Anyconnect VPN client. The currently supported version is 3.1.07021. Version 3.1.05182 is also available for OS X users with versions older than 10.8.
|Cisco VPN - Current Version 3.1.07021|
|Anyconnect for Windows||Windows||VPN Client for Windows (32&64 bit) Vista, Win 7, Win 8/8.1
|Anyconnect for Mac||Macintosh||VPN Client for Mac OSX (32&64 bit) 10.8 and above
|Anyconnect for Linux32||Linux||VPN Client for Linux 32-bit (RHEL6, Ubuntu 9, 10, 11)
|Anyconnect for Linux64||Linux||VPN Client for Linux 64-bit (RHEL6.4, Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10)