We require a Juniper SSL VPN Client for Ubuntu.Could you please give us the url for downloading the client.
There is no public url to download the network connect client for Ubuntu
You can download the network connect client for Ubuntu from the admin page of the SA device under Maintenance--->system--->installers
7.3x has the most updated support for Ubuntu.
Thanks for the earlier reply.
As per your suggestion the Network Connect for linux is present .But it is marked as locked.Could please tell us what does it mean.I have attached the screen shot of it please have a look.
Our version is 7.2R3 (build 21397).Do we need to upgrade to 7.3x for our ubuntu clients to get connected to SSL VPN.
It's not "locked" -- the lock icon is just the icon that Network Connect uses. On the far right you can click the "Download" link.
Thanks for the reply.I am able to download from the mentioned link but i am not able to install in ubuntu.As a end user it is not as simple to install Network Connect in linux as we can do in Windows to install Junos Pulse.
Is there any simple way you can suggest to install network client in linux.Your reply would be more valuable to us beacause many of our end -users will be using linux for ssl vpn.
The documentation lists support for Ubuntu.
However, notice there are cavetas. 32-bit only, certain versions, required Java versions, etc.
You will need to have some controls and understanding of the Linux system in order to enforce any kind of "supported platform" standards.
If you have a supported Ubuntu release and working Java, what happens when a user logs in and clicks the "Start" button for Network Connect? It's supposed to work.
If not, there are some KB articles (google for: junpier network connect linux site:kb.pulsesecure.net) that should help you troubleshoot what may be going on.
what version of ubuntu are you using? what JRE are you using? as keithr said, there are caveats to using network connect on linux
I am using ubuntu 12.04 LTS with jre 7.0
We require a Juniper SSL VPN Client for Ubuntu.