CU VPN ConfigurationThe information contained on this page is not a custom VPN setup for CCAR use only. This is the same VPN offered by OIT but the directions found here are more concise for users to follow.
If you are not part of CCAR, please consult with OIT and/or your Computer Support Representative to configure the VPN correctly. CCAR support cannot help anyone outside of Aerospace Engineering Sciences.
Let's all celebrate the decommission of the Juniper VPN!!
Here is the link that provides detailed directions on how to install the Cisco AnyConnect software for all platforms. Please refer to this page when following the directions below for your operating system.
If you want to use the Cisco AnyConnect software provided by OIT for Linux, go to the above link and follow the instructions listed for Linux. If you'd prefer to use the built-in Cisco software for Linux, follow the directions below.
Please note, this has only been tested on Ubuntu based distros and I have no idea how it will work on Redhat, Fedora, Gentoo, Suse, etc.
IPSec gateway vpn.colorado.edu
IPSec ID cuboulder
IPSec secret SECRET
Xauth username IDENTIKEYUSERNAME
Xauth password IDENTIKEYPASSWORD
Make sure to answer YES to enable dynamic updates
sudo vpnc cuboulder.conf
Mac OS X Directions
You have two options for Mac OS X.
Follow the directions found HERE.
They are actually written fairly well.