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    Default Anyone working on Cisco VPN suppport?

    Many of us are still in need of Cisco VPN support for secure WiFi & email for work.

    thx.



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    wow,
    hopefully someone is coming up with a solution. this would be sooo great. Cant use my iPhone on the campus...

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    Bump for this; My campus uses Cisco authentication as well

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    Bump o Bumpady

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    Yes, we want it.


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    Bump.. Maybe someone could port vpnc? http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~massar/vpnc/

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    bump - anything happening ?

    vpnc looks promising - anyone working on it ?

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    vpnc is now available through Cydia, installed it but do not know how to launch it... or set it up...
    iPhone 4.0, Vodafone Greece.

 

 

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