How To: Log In To a Cisco VPN on Windows
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) can be extremely useful when administering your servers, which is why Liquid Web offers a Cisco VPN with our firewalls. Logging in to the device can vary among operating systems. Here are some instructions for logging into a VPN from Windows systems:
This method requires you to have downloaded Cisco’s VPN Client. After starting up the client, select New from the available options. A new screen will appear, asking you for the following information:
- Connection Entry: CiscoVPN
- Description: CiscoVPN
- Authentication Tab
- Confirm Password:
After you have filled in those fields, click Save. You will then be able to select the connection from the list and click connect. You will be prompted to supply the following:
At this point, you should have successfully connected to your VPN.
Liquid Web’s Heroic Support is always available to assist customers with this or any other issue. If you need our assistance please contact us:
Toll Free 1.800.580.4985
About the Author: Patrick Hawkins
Patrick Hawkins is a former Test Engineer and Managed WordPress admin with Liquid Web
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