Cisco VPN Client for Droid X?Support


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  1. Larryf

    Larryf Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there a Cisco VPN client available for the Droid X? I use this for RDP to my work computer.

    None of the Droid X VPN setups allow for:


    • Description: Name of VPN
    • Server: VPN address
    • Account: logon id
    • Password: logon password
    • Group Name: group name
    • Secret: secret word
     

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  2. thenew3

    thenew3 Well-Known Member

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  3. jdk33

    jdk33 Well-Known Member

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  4. sentinelace

    sentinelace Well-Known Member

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    any update on this? Would be great. Can't believe Cisco hasn't hopped on this one!
     
  5. jdk33

    jdk33 Well-Known Member

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    No update so far. I rooted recently and removed all the VPN stuff since it's essentially useless on Android.
     
  6. sentinelace

    sentinelace Well-Known Member

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    Is this still the case? We have some employees that want to start using tablets, but that's pointless without a vpn client for our cisco router.
     
  7. jdk33

    jdk33 Well-Known Member

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    I just checked the google thread and it still isn't supported by default. You still need to root your device and do some hacking to get it working.
     
  8. sentinelace

    sentinelace Well-Known Member

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    Man, crazy. Even with tablets, you think they would release something. Root is nice for us nerds but not clients. I simply cannot void warranties for my customers.
     
  9. jdk33

    jdk33 Well-Known Member

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    I agree with you. That says to me that Google isn't really interested in going after the enterprise segment and they're happy with what little enterprise support they have.
     
  10. eaglesally

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    I can't believe that BT have an app for Android so that you can access BT Fon and OpenZone and offer the Cisco VPN for Apple - and not Android! It's about time they got on to Cisco's case to remedy this.

    There are times when I feel like an alien - being a Droid user makes me part of a super-race, but the locals are frightened of us and resistant to our superior powers!
     
  11. sentinelace

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    wow, I didn't know apple had a client!
     
  12. jdk33

    jdk33 Well-Known Member

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    ^Cisco VPN support is built into iOS since either 1.1 or 2.0.. That's why it was such a shock to me that Android doesn't support it.
     
  13. sentinelace

    sentinelace Well-Known Member

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    someone said there was a workaround fix coming in april but never posted proof or a link
     

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