1. rareed0219's Avatar
    Let me start by saying I have a Treo Pro and I also have an iPod Touch. On the iPhone/iPod Touch you have the ability to create a VPN connection that uses the standard Cisco VPN interface (shared group password/user as well as individual pass/user, etc).

    I love the Treo Pro and can do EVERYTHING on it that I need to, except I cannot connect to my workstations and servers (with the built in terminal server app) because they are behind a Cisco ASA.

    I have to pull out the iPod Touch, find a hotspot, connect to the VPN and then I use the iPod application WinAdmin. This works great but I want to carry one device.

    ANY suggestions for configurable VPNs that work well with 6.1 and the above described network configuration?
    12-04-2008 05:24 PM
  2. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    Let me start by saying I have a Treo Pro and I also have an iPod Touch. On the iPhone/iPod Touch you have the ability to create a VPN connection that uses the standard Cisco VPN interface (shared group password/user as well as individual pass/user, etc).

    I love the Treo Pro and can do EVERYTHING on it that I need to, except I cannot connect to my workstations and servers (with the built in terminal server app) because they are behind a Cisco ASA.

    I have to pull out the iPod Touch, find a hotspot, connect to the VPN and then I use the iPod application WinAdmin. This works great but I want to carry one device.

    ANY suggestions for configurable VPNs that work well with 6.1 and the above described network configuration?
    Have you tried WinMo's built-in VPN software? It always worked well for me when I was using it.
    12-08-2008 02:22 PM
  3. rareed0219's Avatar
    It won't work in this case because our VPN connection uses a group user name and pass along with an individual user/pass combo. In the old days that's just what I used because we had a Windows VPN server but no longer.
    12-08-2008 03:21 PM
  4. gksmithlcw's Avatar
    It won't work in this case because our VPN connection uses a group user name and pass along with an individual user/pass combo. In the old days that's just what I used because we had a Windows VPN server but no longer.
    Ah... In that case, I cannot help. I've never looked into any other options.
    12-08-2008 03:44 PM
  5. gjlowe's Avatar
    I tried Bluefire VPN, and must say DON'T use it on a Treo 800w. It doesn't work, and it had the bad side effect of constantly turning on my WiFi connection even if I didn't want it on.
    12-28-2008 09:35 PM
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