SnapGene is licensed for educational and academic research use by the MIT community.
MIT's license for SnapGene requires that users log in from specified MIT networks, including the MIT campus network, CSAIL, the legacy AI lab address space, Lincoln Laboratory, Haystack, LNS, the PSFC or from an MIT Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection.
If you are accessing SnapGene from an off campus location, you will need to connect to the MIT Virtual Private Network before launching SnapGene.
|SnapGene will only work while connected to Cisco AnyConnect and not Prisma Global Protect|
Lincoln Lab users should contact Lincoln Information Services Department for access to SnapGene or other software.
- Cisco AnyConnect client for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
- Install and Run Cisco's AnyConnect client for VPN connectivity on Windows including Duo
- Install and Run the Cisco AnyConnect client for VPN connectivity on Mac OS X including Duo
MIT's license for SnapGene requires that users log in from an MITnet IP Address.