This document provides WiscVPN configuration instructions specific to Macintosh OS X 10.6 and above. Previous versions of OSX do not support a native connection to WiscVPN and should see the following document: WiscVPN (Mac) - Downloading and Installing the WiscVPN AnyConnect Client.
Note: The native client is not the same thing as the Cisco AnyConnect client. Some main differences include:
Open the System Preferences. This can be done by either clicking on the System Preferences icon in the Dock or by going to Apple Menu > System Preferences.
Open the network pane by clicking the Network icon.
Click the Create a new service button. It is the plus symbol at the bottom left of the services panel.
In the window that appears, enter or select the following:
Back on the main screen, enter the following:
If you would like quick access to this connection, check the Show VPN status in menu bar
Click the Authentication Settings... button and enter the following in the window that appears:
Shared Secret: for dynamic IP, enter: vpnw1sc2002 for static IP, enter: 3crf5byh
Group Name (case sensitive): enter in type of connection:
For a description of each type of connection, along with what split-tunneling is, see the following doc: WiscVPN - Split Tunneling
For more information about the difference between dynamic and static IP's as well as how to acquire a static IP, see WiscVPN - Static vs. Dynamic IP Addresses
Click the OK button. The WiscVPN client is now installed. To connect using the native client, see the following document: WiscVPN (Mac) - Connecting with the Native Client.