The Cisco RV340 Series of VPN routers and Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client
The RV340 Series consists of the models: RV340, RV340W, RV345, and RV345P and they support remote access tunnel termination of the best selling and easy to use Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. This document describes the requirements on the client and server side to use SSL Tunnels with Cisco Anyconnect Client.
To use Cisco Anyconnect on the client side:
Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client is available on all major desktop and mobile devices (examples Windows 10, MacOS X, Android, Apple iOS ). It provides:
Flawless integration in host OS
Secure remote access from anywhere to your company
Ideal for road warriors
Easy user-based license for all devices
Leading remote access solution worldwide
To use the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client you are required to purchase a Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client user license. We recommend (as of March 2019) for use with the RV340 Series:
For mobile devices (Android, Apple IOS) you can download mobile apps for free from the respective app stores and try it out.
On the server side:
RV340 Series supports SSL VPN connections from a mobile device using the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.
Starting firmware release 220.127.116.11 ( released April 2019 ) no extra server license will be required and 50 tunnels on the server (RV340 Series) are enabled by default.
With firmware release 18.104.22.168 and earlier you have 2 SSL tunnels on the RV340 Series by default. To use more than 2 tunnels at the same time you can increase the number of tunnels using a software license:
This is only valid for firmware 22.214.171.124 and earlier. With the free firmware update 1.0.03.15 this license will not be required to support up to 50 tunnels.
Customers who have an active subscription of 25 tunnels will see no service interruption and will have 50 tunnels available by default after the firmware upgrade to firmware 1.0.03.x and higher. Please contact Cisco technical support if you have concerns about the upgrade.
The reason for the change is to simplify deployments and align VPN licensing. SSL VPN will not require extra licensing on the server side anymore.
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