Trusted Network Detection - AnyConnect on FTD version 6.4
We're undertaking a migration from ASAs to FTD 2130 appliances. The current solution uses AnyConnect 4.7 and leverages Trusted Network Detection; the main driver being that users should not have to manually start the AnyConnect client and instead should detect the they're not on a company network and therefore start the VPN.
The notes on AnyConnect 4.7 suggests that TND requires a Dynamic Access Policy which from what I understand is not supported under FTD yet.
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