WiscVPN Client Transition

The WiscVPN service is transitioning from the Cisco AnyConnect Client to the Palo Alto GlobalProtect client. How you access WiscVPN during the transition will depend on your device and whether you need a static IP address.

Timeline

Dynamic WiscVPN users may begin using GlobalProtect now. AnyConnect will continue to be supported through the December 30, 2017.

Static WiscVPN users should continue to use AnyConnect until further notice. The previous transition date of August 30 has been delayed.(Note: After migration to the Palo Alto GlobalProtect client, Static WiscVPN users will keep their existing WiscVPN static IP addresses.)

If you're not sure what connection type you need, you likely use a dynamic IP address. See WiscVPN - Static vs. Dynamic IP Addresses for more information on static versus dynamic connections.

Connecting to WiscVPN with a PC or Mac Computer (Windows OS or Mac OS X)

Connecting with Anyconnect

Connecting with Global Protect

Connecting to WiscVPN on a Mobile Device

Connecting with AnyConnect

Connecting with Global Protect

Connecting to WiscVPN on a Linux Device

Connecting with AnyConnect

Connecting with Global Protect

There is not a GlobalProtect client for Linux. We recommend that Linux users connect to VPN via the third-party tool VPNC.




Keywords:wiscvpn vpn globalprotect global protect palo alto paloalto anyconnect cisco   Doc ID:74620
Owner:Angela T.Group:DoIT Help Desk
Created:2017-07-14 12:00 CDTUpdated:2017-08-18 11:08 CDT
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