Be sure to disable "Always-on VPN" on other VPNs Great app! Just one minor note: I started seeing OpenConnect silently drop/fail when trying to connect (with no logs or other indication anything was wrong!). Turns out, I had enabled Google Wi-Fi Assistant's "Always-on VPN" setting under my VPN configuration. Once I disabled that setting, I was able to connect successfully. (What's worse is that setting is common to all Android VPNs; it does not appear to do anything for Google Wi-Fi Assistant.)
Works even better in Android 6.0 With Android 6.0, the VPN settings interface now shows OpenConnect as an option. It can be opened or disconnected from there, which is good if a connection is unstable and you want to retry it. However, the best change is the VPN Service API dialog (the one that confirms your connection on Android 4.0 or later) is gone after a one-time popup on the very first time you use OpenConnect. Now, subsequent times (even after rebooting) can connect without any prompts whatsoever!
It works much better than cisco anycnect In some networks I need to use a pptp vpn connection to use Internet so I won't be able to use this app is it possible to add a option to connect using root access so I can have both connections at once
The simplicity of the account setup is breathtaking, and I was honestly very sceptical when I saw "Connected" after providing just the server name and my credentials, but I then verified that I could indeed connect to Intranet resources. My experience with the Cisco app has been poor, and this shows them exactly how it should be done. Keep up the awesome work!
Um amazing No one should ever use the anyconnect one. This one rules. One thing I'd like to see though is a persistent notification so I can quickly get to the app
Isn't vpn supposed to be all about security and privacy? Then why oh why does Open Connect/Cisco need access to my photos and media files.. most of the other vpn's don't ask for anything. ..so why do you need access to ours?
- Fix "Unknown compression type 0" errors when CSTP and DTLS use different compression settings
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