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How can I use 2 Factor Authentication with VPN on my Android Mobile Device?

This FAQ was last modified on: Thursday, February 16, 2017 03:39pm

Using 2 Factor Authentication with VPN - Android

Note: Duo Two-Factor Authentication is only compatible with the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client. It is not compatible with the Cisco IPSec client.

If you are set up for Duo Two-Factor Authentication, here is how to use it with the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client for Android:

How can I use 2 Factor Authentication with VPN on my iPhone (iOS)?

This FAQ was last modified on: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 09:54am

Using 2 Factor Authentication with VPN - iOS

How do I get started with the Campus VPN?

This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, February 17, 2017 09:32am

Getting Started

The Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client is an easy to use, multi-platform software VPN Client available for Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, and Android operating systems. It is distributed from the VPN concentrators themselves for ease of deployment and software updates, while iOS and Android users can find it in their app stores. Other VPN clients such as OpenConnect and the legacy Cisco IPSec VPN client will work with the Georgia Tech VPN service, but are supported on a best effort basis. 

How do I manually add a profile to the Cisco IPSec VPN Client to connect to ipsec.vpn.gatech.edu?

This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 12:00pm
  1. Run the Cisco VPN Client
  2. Click on New - this will open the Create New VPN Connection Entry window
  3. Enter information as follows:

How do I connect to the OIT IPSEC VPN on my iPhone?

This FAQ was last modified on: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 07:14am

The OIT IPSEC VPN is NOT officially supported on iOS devices. However, users have reported success following the steps outlined below.

What is the OIT IPSEC VPN Service?

This FAQ was last modified on: Tuesday, September 6, 2016 11:53am

This is a legacy FAQ entry. For the best current information about remote access via VPN, please click here

How do I stop the AnyConnect VPN Client from loading automatically when Windows 7 starts?

This FAQ was last modified on: Friday, July 15, 2016 11:50am

By default, the AnyConnect VPN clien starts automatically and tries to connect after you have logged in to Windows. This is a different feature than the Start Before Logon setting of the AnyConnect client, which allows you to log in to the VPN before you log into Windows. What is happening here is the software is loading in the system tray, whether you are planning to log in to the Georgia Tech VPN or not. 

Unfortunately there is not a way to configure this behavior from the Cisco client side, so you will have to change a windows setting to stop this from occurring. 

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