Cisco's implementation of the DTLS protocol unfortunately does not
comply with the relevant standards. OpenSSL 0.9.8m or newer, and
1.0.0-beta2 or newer, contain a compatibility mode which allows
interoperation with Cisco's servers.
As long as you are using a current version of OpenSSL, you have nothing
to worry about -- everything should work optimally.
Without a suitable OpenSSL, the openconne
When it detects that the server is asking for a SecurID token, the
OpenConnect client will now ask for both tokencode _and_ PIN.
You can still just enter your tokencode with the PIN already
incorporated as before, and leave the PIN entry box blank.
Adding the PIN to a generated tokencode is a simple operation -- we
just add each digit modulo 10. So a code of 12345678 + PIN 246801
would give a
Port to/test on Windows, Symbian, etc.
Proper SecurID support
Store cookie in GNOME keyring and reuse it instead of logging in again
(which means you keep your IP address)
David Woodhouse <David.Woodhouse@intel.com>
Nick Andrew <email@example.com>
Antonio Borneo <born
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