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Anyconnect on Ubuntu 12 through proxy

frivasflores
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Hello,

I am an Ubuntu 12 user and for work reasons I need to install Anyconnect client to connect to my work network. My question is: How shall I configure the Anyconnect client to use a proxy?. I can't see this option on the graphic interface, and I don't know whether is it necessary to modify any configuration file.

It's sounds to me like this is a quite simple question, but honestly I've been unable to configure this.

Thank you,

Francisco

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Hi Francisco,

Please check this out:

CSCsg77160

Automatically determine Public Proxy on Non-Windows from browser setting

Problem Description:

Unable to connect via a configured proxy in non-Windows hosts.

Conditions:

AnyConnect on Linux/Mac OS

Workaround:

None

Further Problem Description:

The AnyConnect client currently only supports proxies configured in Windows. This bug is written as an enhancement to provide support for local proxies on non-Windows OSes.

Thanks.

Portu.

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Hi Francisco,

Please check this out:

CSCsg77160

Automatically determine Public Proxy on Non-Windows from browser setting

Problem Description:

Unable to connect via a configured proxy in non-Windows hosts.

Conditions:

AnyConnect on Linux/Mac OS

Workaround:

None

Further Problem Description:

The AnyConnect client currently only supports proxies configured in Windows. This bug is written as an enhancement to provide support for local proxies on non-Windows OSes.

Thanks.

Portu.

Please rate any post you find helpful.

Hi Javier,

Thanks for taking time answering me. Do you thing I could use openssl or other alternative which may do the trick?

Regards,

Francisco

I think so, just configure the ASA as if you were to connect with the AnyConnect.

I would recommend using a specific group-url instead of a group-alias.

Let me know.

Thanks.

Portu.