I want to use the nclauncher to have my users connect - thus bypassing the portal login pages.
I have two different entry points into my network - geographically diverse.
Is it possible to specify a primary connection for users to connect to and if it is not available, have the network connect client attempt to connect to a secondary location - something like:
I doubt if thats possible. The URL parameter only can hold only one value into it as in one URL.
This would only be possible with either:
1. A load balancer able to do https healthchecks
2. A dynamic DNS entry, so both sites share the same domain name which fails over when the primary site is unavailable.
3. I think that JunOS Pulse can do this, or at least list both connections without needing to type URLS, if you are running IVE7.
Thanks for the input.
I have managed to get a work around using a batch file.
It will try the first conenction - depending on the connection - success or fail, an errorlevel is returned which can then be used to exit the file or go to the next connection attempt for site number 2.
I will write this into a VB wrapper, so the user has a front-end where credentials can be entered and secured - instead of using a batch file - if anyone wants the code, let me know and I'll post it.
No, it is not possible as Rakesh mentioned. You would need two different script/launcher files one for each IVE.