|Updates to Cisco|
The Cisco AnyConnect remote access VPN solution is scheduled for decommissioning on November 11, 2021. If you need a more current VPN, please change to Prisma Access VPN.
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Cisco's AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client used to create a secure connection to MITnet.
When your machine is connected to the VPN, it is firewalled from all incoming connections. IS&T has updated MIT firewall rules to prevent these connections originating from the MIT network.
- Provides a consistent user experience across devices, both on and off campus.
- Defends users and devices against threats.
- Gives the user highly secure access to the enterprise network, from any device, at any time.
To download Cisco AnyConnect VPN, visit the IS&T Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client page.
- Windows Install and Run Cisco's AnyConnect client for VPN connectivity on Windows including Duo
- Mac OS Install and Run the Cisco AnyConnect client for VPN connectivity on Mac OS X including Duo
- Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client - Known Issues at MIT
- [How can I connect via VPN to the MIT network using Windows 7 64 bit?]
- How can I print to my home printer while connected to MIT's Cisco Anyconnect VPN (Mac)?
- How can I print to my home printer while connected to MIT's Cisco Anyconnect VPN (Windows)?
- Kerberos authentication slow over AnyConnect VPN connection
- What should I enter for the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client VPN prompt (including Duo)?
- Why does Cisco AnyConnect from vpn.mit.edu fail to download, install, or connect?
- More Information About VPN
- Release Notes for Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
- Introduction to Cisco AnyConnect
|Additional escalation information for Help Staff can be found here: [hd:Cisco AnyConnect Recon].|