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Create Trustpoints for Each Certificate Being Installed

For clients with both an IPv4 and IPv6 address attempting to connect to the ASA using Anyconnect, needs to decide which IP protocol to use to initiate the connection. By default Anyconnect initially attempts to connect using IPv4.

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  1. In ablove link pick Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for use with ASA 8.0+ area, you will find latest release for all OS platforms. MAC Os, Vista, XP, Linux etc. Annyconnect automatic installation instructions via ASA firewall - See annyconnect Client installation mid page down.
  2. In ablove link pick Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client for use with ASA 8.0+ area, you will find latest release for all OS platforms. MAC Os, Vista, XP, Linux etc. Annyconnect automatic installation instructions via ASA firewall - See annyconnect Client installation mid page down.

If you have not yet created a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and ordered your certificate, see SSL Certificate CSR Creation for Cisco ASA 5500 VPN.

As a way of helping you to manage the certificate chain that will be sent out to clients, you are required to create a trustpoint for each certificate in the chain that is sent out. You will first need to create trustpoints for the two intermediate certificates DigiCertCA2.crt, and DigiCertCA.crt

  1. Open the Cisco ASDM, then Under the Remote Access VPN window pane, then in the Configuration tab, expand Certificate Management and click 'CA Certificates'.

  2. Click the 'Add' button.

  3. Assign a 'Trustpoint Name' to the certificate (e.g. DigiCertCA2), And select the 'Install from a file' Radio Button and browse to DigiCertCA2.crt. Then click 'Install Certificate'.
    Then repeat this process of adding a new trustpoint and installing the certificate file for 'DigiCertCA.crt'.
    You should then see the Certificate listed with the Trustpoint Name you assigned to it.

  4. Then under Remote Access VPN, expand 'Certificate Management' to 'Identity Certificates'.
    Select the identity you created for the CSR with the 'Expiry Date' shown as pending and click Install, then select yourdomaincom.crt and click Install ID Certificate File. Once installed the Expiry Date will no longer show 'Pending'.

  5. The certificate now needs to be enabled. On the lower left, click Advanced >SSL Settings. Then, select the interface you want SSL enabled for and click Edit.

  6. On the next screen, click the drop-down menu and for Primary Enrolled Certificate select your certificate then click Ok.

    The ADSM will then show your certificate details under trustpoint.

Cisco AnyConnect is the recommended VPN client for Mac. The built-in VPN client for Mac is another option but is more likely to suffer from disconnects.

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Overview

Stanford's VPN allows you to connect to Stanford's network as if you were on campus, making access to restricted services possible. E ticket magazine pdf. To connect to the VPN from your Mac you need to install the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client.

Two types of VPN are available:

  • Default Stanford (split-tunnel). When using Stanford's VPN from home, we generally recommend using the Default Stanford split-tunnel VPN. This routes and encrypts all traffic going to Stanford sites and systems through the Stanford network as if you were on campus. All non-Stanford traffic proceeds to its destination directly.
  • Full Traffic (non-split-tunnel). This encrypts all internet traffic from your computer but may inadvertently block you from using resources on your local network, such as a networked printer at home. If you are traveling or using wi-fi in an untrusted location like a coffee shop or hotel, you may wish to encrypt all of your internet traffic through the Full Traffic non-split-tunnel VPN to provide an additional layer of security.

You can select the type of VPN you want to use each time you connect.

Install the VPN client

  1. Download the Cisco AnyConnect installer for Mac.
  2. Double-click the InstallAnyConnect.pkg file to start the Cisco AnyConnect Installer wizard.
  3. When the Welcome window displays, click Continue.
  4. Select your hard drive as the destination where you want to install Cisco AnyConnect and then click Continue.
  5. Click Install to perform a standard installation of the software.
  6. At the prompt, enter your administrator account password for the Mac and click Install Software.
  7. When the software has finished installing, click Close.
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Connect to the Stanford VPN

  1. To launch the VPN client, open your Applications folder and navigate to Cisco > Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client.app.
  2. When prompted for a VPN, enter su-vpn.stanford.edu and then click Connect.
  3. Enter the following information and then click OK:
    • Group: select Default Stanford split- tunnel (non-Stanford traffic flows normally on an unencrypted internet connection) or Full Traffic non-split-tunnel (all internet traffic flows through the VPN connection)
    • Username: your SUNet ID
    • Password: your SUNet ID password

  4. Next, the prompt for two-step authentication displays.
    • Enter a passcode or enter the number that corresponds to another option(in this example, enter 1 to authenticate using Duo Push on an iPad). You may have to scroll down the list to see all of your options. Then click Continue.
    • If your only registered authentication method is printed list, hardware token, or Google Authenticator, the menu does not display. Enter a passcode in the Answer field and click Continue.
  5. Click Accept to connect to the Stanford Public VPN service.
  6. Once the VPN connection is established, the Cisco AnyConnect icon with a small lock appears in the dock.
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Disconnect from the Stanford VPN

  1. Click the Cisco AnyConnect icon with a small lock.
  2. At the prompt, click Disconnect.