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    VPN access

    Hello,

    Has anyone here tried using their tablet for VPN access? I work for a large health group Novant and need to access their VPN. I was granted access through their network but was unable to connect to it from tablet. I see there is an option for VPN in tablet but not sure which to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torresjoe77 View Post
    Hello,

    Has anyone here tried using their tablet for VPN access? I work for a large health group Novant and need to access their VPN. I was granted access through their network but was unable to connect to it from tablet. I see there is an option for VPN in tablet but not sure which to use.
    I use a VPN service daily. You do need to setup your VPN on the TF. Go to settings>VPN Settings>Add VPN and enter your company's info. The only downside is once you get your VPN setup, every time you want to connect you must enter your password. The VPN setting will not remember it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffrey View Post
    I use a VPN service daily. You do need to setup your VPN on the TF. Go to settings>VPN Settings>Add VPN and enter your company's info. The only downside is once you get your VPN setup, every time you want to connect you must enter your password. The VPN setting will not remember it.
    Which one do I add? I see four of them, I'm waiting to get a hold of one of the support specialists for company but no dice yet. We use Citrix/Cisco.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torresjoe77 View Post
    Which one do I add? I see four of them, I'm waiting to get a hold of one of the support specialists for company but no dice yet. We use Citrix/Cisco.
    You need to get the specs from your IT person. They can tell you which service to select.

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    I have a PPTP set up so I can VPN to my home network for various reasons. It works great on the TF. Funny thing, the biggest reason I set it up was for my iPhone running iOS 4.3.X and PPTP VPN is broken since 4.3.X.


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    Good to hear that people are looking for security on their tablets also. As it is understood that VPN enables user with full security feature either one wants to set it on his PC or wants it on mobile / tablet devices.

    Connecting Tablet with VPN is as simple as connecting with other devices you just need to follow some simple steps and configuration can be possible which empower your device to prevent your data from any sniffer and other sources or can easily let you access to block sites around the world.

    Here i will share the steps to configure iPad VPN Tablet

    Step 1: Go to Settings
    Step 2: Then go to General
    Step 3: Then go to Network
    Step 4: You get there something spelled V-P-N, go there.
    Step 5: Add VPN Configuration.
    Now, what to add, add your VPN provider’s configurations, that have been provided by them while you signed up.

    For Example:

    Server = pptp.vpnprovider.com (it will be provided by your VPN provider)

    Account = Username (it will be your ‘username’ e.g. “MarkiMark”)

    RSA Secure ID = Keep it off

    Encryption = Keep it on Auto

    Password = Enter your password here being provided by your VPN provider e.g. XXXXXXXX

    Send all Traffic = Keep it ON

    Now after creating a VPN configuration you can also activate it and deactivate it. You will find an option of Turning Off and ON your VPN connection just beside where VPN is written in your Settings > Network area. If you want to deactivate the VPN, please make sure to turn off your Wifi first. As you know, it is extremely insecure to use WiFi on your iPad or iPhone without VPN or encryption.

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    Do the EEE's support Cisco IPSec? I don't see it as an option and I'm unable to configure the VPN to connect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbird2340 View Post
    Do the EEE's support Cisco IPSec? I don't see it as an option and I'm unable to configure the VPN to connect.
    The only 2 options for IPSec are CRT and APK. You know if Cisco uses one of these

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    This was good info for connecting to a Cisco ASA firewall using the native Android VPN client. You would need administrative access to the firewall.

    https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-17798

 

 

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