Use AnyConnect 3.1 with multiple simultaneous VPN sessions?
We have some users that need to use our AnyConnect 3.1 Windows client to connect to our VPN, but also need to simultaneous connect to another network that also requires VPN. Normally, they would be connecting with some other non-Cisco web SSL VPN or another non-Cisco local VPN client.
What needs to be done to make this work with other VPN clients and does it need any special license upgrade?
What about multiple connections using a single AnyConnect client?
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