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Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client User Guide for Hard Token Users

Version: 1.3 October 2009

2 1.Document Details Document History Version 1.3. Added recommendation for VPN gateway selection when roaming to other countries.doc Page 2 of 10 .3 th Date released 7 September 2009 th 10 September 2009 18 September 2009 27 October 2009 th th Amendment First Release Certificate alert removed after certificate deployment. Author / Modifier Tony Jarvis Tony Jarvis Tony Jarvis Tony Jarvis Document Circulation Recipient All VPN Hard Token Users Position Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.1 1.0 1. Updated version for consistency with soft token user guide.

INTRODUCTION 2.4 Logging off from your VPN Connection 4 4 4 5 6 10 Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1. USING THE CISCO ANYCONNECT VPN CLIENT 2.doc Page 3 of 10 .2 Selecting the VPN Gateway 2.3.Contents 1.3 Logging in to your VPN Connection 2.1 Launching the VPN Client 2.

then navigate to Programs > Cisco > Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client > Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client.3. Introduction Network Services is deploying a Cisco VPN solution to provide remote access into the Standard Chartered network. double click on the VPN Client icon as shown below: Alternatively.1. Using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client 2. 2. This document is a user guide for using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client (for Hard Token users). to support mobile users. click on the Windows Start menu. as shown below: Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.doc Page 4 of 10 . users travelling on business and other bank-wide initiatives such as Agile Working or Alternate Workspace.1 Launching the VPN Client To launch the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client from your desktop.

Click on the drop down list arrow to see the list of countries available. Select the country you are geographically closest to. Note: You should continue to use your regular country's gateway even if you travel to another country which has a closer VPN gateway. as shown to the right. you will see the screen to the right. Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.2 Selecting the VPN Gateway After launching the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client. This is because your email server will be nearer to your regular country's gateway than the country you are travelling to.3. For example.doc Page 5 of 10 . if you are in Singapore. you would select the Singapore VPN option.2.

a VPN connection to that country will automatically be initiated. click on the preferences button shown to the right. If this is the first time you are using the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client. If you have connected to your country previously.doc Page 6 of 10 .2. You will then see the screen to the right. Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1. and you can just click on the Select button at the bottom. it will already be shown in the Connect to: selection box.3.3 Logging in to your VPN Connection Once the country has been selected.

Click on the downward facing arrow next to RSA SecurID Integration (which is currently set to 'Automatic') and select Hardware Token.3. Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.doc Page 7 of 10 .You will then see the screen to the right. as shown below.

doc Page 8 of 10 . The text box beneath Username then asks you to enter your PIN or Passcode. as shown to the right.Click OK and you will be returned to the screen requesting your login credentials. while your Username and PIN are exactly the same as for the Nortel Contivity client. Note: Your Passcode is your PIN followed by the code displayed on your hard token. Enter your username next to Username. You may receive a message asking you to wait for the token to change and then to enter the new tokencode as shown to the right. Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.3. Enter your Passcode into this text box and press Enter or click Connect.

doc Page 9 of 10 .If this happens. The window should then disappear and you will know that you are successfully connected to the Cisco VPN because the following icon will appear in your Windows taskbar to the bottom right of your desktop: Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1. Enter the new tokencode into the Answer text box and click Continue as shown to the right. wait for the tokencode displayed on your hard token to change. You will then see the status bar at the bottom of the AnyConnect window display the progress of the connection as a number of actions are performed. An example is shown below.3.

you can right-click the icon in the Windows taskbar. Click on the Connection tab at the top left.doc Page 10 of 10 . Alternatively.3. Now click on Disconnect at the bottom. and then click on Disconnect as shown to the right. Cisco AnyConnect (SSL) VPN Hard Token User Guide v1.2. you can double-click the icon in the Windows taskbar as highlighted above. You will see the screen to the right.4 Logging off from your VPN Connection To disconnect from the VPN. You will then see the screen to the right.