Just jotting some notes down for connecting to the Cisco AnyConnect VPN. -cjorr

Debian (from shell):

 

sudo apt-get install openconnect 
sudo openconnect webvpn.purdue.edu

The output should look like this:

POST https://webvpn.purdue.edu/
Attempting to connect to server 928.910.939.931:443
SSL negotiation with webvpn.purdue.edu
Connected to HTTPS on webvpn.purdue.edu
XML POST enabled
© 2009 Purdue University. All rights reserved.
Enter your username and password below to connect
Username:<purdue-userid>
Password:
POST https://webvpn.purdue.edu/
Got CONNECT response: HTTP/1.1 200 OK
CSTP connected. DPD 30, Keepalive 20
Connected tun0 as 172.921.929.997, using SSL + deflate
Established DTLS connection (using GnuTLS). Ciphersuite AES256-SHA.

<ctrl+c> will disconnect you.

 

Debian:     

sudo apt-get install openconnect-network-manager-gnome

Edit this part later.  My home machine doesn't use network mangler, but I assume it's pretty straight forward.

 


 

Fedora 21: (xfce4)

Install the openconnect client, Network Manager front end, and it's dependencies.

sudo yum install NetworkManager-openconnect

 

Go to:

Here, you will add the VPN:

To connect, click on your network connection icon.  It may look similar to this: 


 

Fedora 21: (GNOME)

Install the openconnect client, Network Manager front end, and it's dependencies.

sudo yum install NetworkManager-openconnect

Add and Configure the VPN:

To Connect:

 


 

FreeBSD 10:

cd /usr/ports/security/openconnect
make install

The computer should churn for a few moments while it downloads and builds OpenConnect.

sudo openconnect webvpn.purdue.edu
 

Enter your career account username and password when prompted.

To disconnect, press Ctrl+C from the terminal running openconnect.