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After looking through about different threads, reading several new and old blogs about getting Juniper working and trying ubuntu 9. It seems that I fail after the host checker launches, installs and then kicks me back to the VPN sign in screen with the message - You are not allowed to sign in.
Please contact your administrator. The network connect software never actually installs. I saw a post above about using this script and client auth certs. Has anyone gotten this to work?
I can auth fine using firefox and the auth cert, but I cant with the junipernc script. Of course firefox wont work for me because of 64bit Ubuntu. I still need to get it work with mad scientist's script. Thx, Mynk. Hi mad scientist, I tried installing juniper network on my ubuntu And when tried running junipernc command in terminal it says "juniper not installed". Please help me to sort it out, I am newbie to ubuntu, therefore know not much, to run script other way. But, using ubuntu, you don't have a root password root password and sudo password are different things.
So let it install, and when it prompts for root password, this is where you keep pressing enter until it comes up with the SSL error. THEN go back to the terminal and type "junipernc". From here you should be all set. Keep battling, i had so many problems with Juniper and it still gives me no end of grief , but following madscientist's tutorial and any other forums I found, I've managed to get it working pretty well : Good luck, Devin.
The first is that when you typed that was to download the junipernc script from madscientist's website and change the permissions of the file so that you can execute it. Keep battling, i had so many problems with Juniper and it still gives me no end of grief , but following madscientist's tutorial and any other forums I found, I've managed to get it working pretty well : Good luck, Devin Hi Devin, I tried following the tutorial by mad scientist but on connecting to VPN server using browser I dont get any pop up for password.
Any suggestion? Use your package manager to install it. But I hav one small problem every time I start juniper it ask me only password but no user id.
If I want to login with different user id how to do that? Any suggestion. Hey amirmku, Sorry I meant to get back before - I would've suggested making sure java is updated the popup window etc and junipernc needs java , but it seems you've done that now. When you run the script, it creates a profile. The way the script works is that it prompts you for vpn settings the first time it runs, then saves all that info in a config file, and after that it'll always launch with the settings from the config file, saving you from entering them again.
This is a problem if you typed them wrong the first time though. However, all you have to do is edit the config file. In your home directory this is the default location type ls -a grep vpn and you should see at least the two files.
Open the. I hope this helps, let me know if anything else bugs you. I have the exact same problem when using an IP address. Any thoughts on addressing this? Just to test this i set up a fedora32 bit VM and it worked automatically. So it is not a setting on the server side. Everything else seems right.
Is there something that i have missed? I have never been able to get this to work and I have intensified my efforts over the last week. After continual failure and internet research, I started testing with different configurations on my main computer. For this the only hiccup was that I needed to install xterm. Otherwise, it worked directly from the VPN portal.
Next I set up a new plain vanilla, Ubuntu 9. After install I updated my system, but left it 9. Just as expected from all that I have read I got the terminal popup. As instructed I hit enter twice and logged out.
Then I ran junipernc from the command line. I entered the username when prompted. Then I entered my password. Error 10" response on the command line along with a popup that says "Unable to connect to IVE". What am I missing???
I am going to try Ubuntu32 next, I am beginning to doubt that this will work in 64bits. If this is also your issue, I am sad to say that there is no solution to the problem yet other than asking your VPN admin to disable this checker function.
Hello, I have the same issue using Kubuntu 64bit. The madscientist script gives me the following error: Same error using jvm 32bit. Thx Salvo. So I'm getting the same errors as the previous people. Here's what I did as a work around so that I can get network connect working: 1 Removed all firefox and java related packages with aptitude remove 2 Downloaded 32 bit firefox and 32bit java from mozilla and sun.
I have never gotten that script to successfully get the network connect client running, but it does seem to set the file permissions for the client, so it's handy for that. Yes, this solution does suck. I would rather have the mad scientist script working so that I don't have to run a web browser. I did install iasun-java6-bin to get a 32bit version of Java, but my script should be testing Java to be sure it's 32bit and warning you if not, so I'm assuming all of you are already using a 32bit java.
My script doesn't use FireFox at all that's the point ; so I'm not sure why one would need a 32bit firefox. So, other than that I don't have any ideas about this, but it WOULD be helpful if you'd all post the version of Network Connect you're using when you report problems. Maybe there's an issue with older or newer! I have actually installed java downloading the software from Sun because I run command sudo apt-get install iasun-java6-bin and get the following error: Reading package lists Done Building dependency tree Reading state information Done E: Couldn't find package iasun-java6-bin Am i missing something?
Network Connect version is: 6. When I ran your script, it was able to load the java client, which was something that wasn't working at all in 64bit firefox. The problem, though, when I ran your script was the GUI would say "Can't connect to IVE" and the log had the same stuff everyone else is getting about "dsclient. I thought that I might be able to run strace -f on it to see what the "host checker" was failing on, but the output was way too long for me to deal with last night, so I ended up just downloading a 32bit firefox since I needed it to work that moment.
Done E: Couldn't find package iasun-java6-bin What version of Ubuntu do you have? Maybe you need to enable multiverse or similar? I don't know how to figure out which repository a package came from or is contained in I've tried aptitude show and also Synaptic properties but I don't see anything telling me about the repo so I can't tell you which one you need to enable.
I have main, universe, multiverse, and restricted enabled in my repository list, along with lucid-backports, lucid-updates, and lucid-proposed.
Well, as I mentioned it would be useful if those seeing this error would give information about what version of Network Connect they have. Maybe the newer or older versions don't work, or don't work the same way. This is in my ncui. Same repos that I have. I have Kubuntu Also, I think I went through and made sure all the others were uncommented as well. Did you run "sudo apt-get update" after enabling it?
No and I've just done it and it worked!! I can now see the pkg and will try to install it. Thanks a lot!! Unfortunately, I'm still having the same issue. Installed java 32 bit and run the command.
Unfortunately it seems based on a couple of reports that the Network Connect version 6. I don't have this version and I don't have any good ideas about what the problem is. I'd be very interested to hear from anyone with this version which does work. I heard that Juniper was going to start supporting Ubuntu directly, but as you can see my company is way behind although in this case I guess that's a good thing Maybe filing a support request with Juniper directly might give some joy?
What fixed it for me was simply running it in "no gui" mode: junipernc -nogui I really hope it's as simple as that for everyone else. My environment: Linux xxxxxxxx 2. Error 5. Error 5 I wanted to mention too, that when you run it with -nogui, it will simply sit there with a message that says: "Connecting to xxx.
I'm was able to verify that in another terminal by connecting to a server that is only available from my VPN. I have ubuntu Error 8. But I can connect via web interface because I had set a password for root.
I would like to avoid this web interface. Following is the command that gets executed when I am using the web interface Any help is appreciated. I expect that the web interface is sending password information over a pipe to the stdin of the Java application, rather than sending it on the command line or environment, which are easier to monitor.
If not you'll have to get trickier in order to understand what the expected stdin values are. Try something like this: First, open a terminal and run "sudo -s" to get a root shell.
I just wrote it right here After you do this, try connecting via the web. See if you can recognize the content as your passphrase or similar. Hi madscientist Thanks for your reply.. What should be the passphrase here?. Hope it is not obvious question! I quickly tried the remaining part. But web interface hangs while invoking network connect.
Seems to be an issue with our new java script. The new java executable looks like below. Sorry I couldn't figure it out,as I am not good at scripts. Sorry, that was my fault. I should have tested it ; You need to single-quote the EOF; the variables are being expanded when you create the script instead of when it's run.
Situation improved. I can see the network launching progress bar in the firefox , and even though the progress bar reaches the end, network connect is not getting launched. Script looks like this now. I see a new process like the below. Well, we're on the bleeding edge here so in a way I'm not surprised that it's having problems. That's really what we're trying to get here. Even if the system doesn't come up we might find some interesting stuff there.
Be sure you're looking at the right ones; there may be more than one. All the java. When I execute java-keep-me from command prompt, it runs propery and exit after showing the command line options.. When I run java script , it runs properly by showing command line options but doesn't exit on its own.
I need to press enter for exit.. Well, my assumption might have been wrong in the first place. Maybe it's not waiting for something from stdin. One thing you can try is changing the script like this:! See if you get any content in the. Unfortunately, if you don't then I don't know what it's waiting for. Since I don't have that version of the software, I don't really have any good ideas about where to go next. I'd love to try this but once I try to connect to the VPN in order to download Juniper Connect, I get this message: "You do not have permission to login.
They suggested I just use a dual boot system with Windows on it. Is there any way that I can get the software to install on Ubuntu besides the one outlined in the directions? Dear madscientist, Some additional info, which I should have given earlier.
As I mentioned earlier this is the command that gets executed successfully if I launch then network connect from web interface. I get a network connect GUI also. No data within 30 seconds. I do not any java.
Dear All, I am using Ubuntu Although, I implement all necessary steps such as Java installation, I could not figure out to run the NC, properly. How can I solve this problem? Best regards. I have solved the problem with the following way.
Install Sun-Java. This has been working fine for me on 8. I'm not sure if it was just the upgrade or something else I've done. Here's the error message I'm getting: "A version conflict occured [sic] between the target application and the applet.
Please contact your system administrator. Error condition SL0x12 " I don't really understand the error message-- what's the target application? Is this a java version issue? I did have OpenJDK on there, but have removed it. Hi, I had been getting the "session timeout" error under 9. WIth not much to lose I recently upgraded to 9. I am going to try the steps posted above this is a very useful thread , but does anyone know what is responsible for the setup error?
I downloaded ncui The server I'm connecting to first requires me to log in without a password after which I get an SMS to my phone including a temporary one time password for the next stage. I can also use the ncsvc with an empty password and get the SMS, but where can I input the password for the second phase? Using it instead of the empty password does not work as it's not the password but a response to the challenge.
I uninstalled openJDK I now get the same error as yellowking. This is working for me on Ubuntu server I just upgraded to I don't think I have ever been given an error code that has no documentation whatsoever online. What about wine? I think that the error I was getting might be due to unrecognised certification which is picked up on in firefox 3.
I am running 3. It asks if I want to run setup and then redirects me to the main page Got it working eventually Cheers all for the bits of info throughout thread. Sorry to bump, but any tips on this? I managed to get it working, it's a bit difficult to use.
I can find out the DSID cookie from browser using firebug console document. It's been almost a week, and I think I'm making progress My logs are not much help, at least to my untrained eye: ncsvc. Juniper 6. Hello, I'm using Debian lenny but I also tried with testing. My system is a 64bit one but I also tried with a 32bit chroot.
No matter what I try, I'm getting this in ncsvc. I have read somewhere that having a realm string with a space in it might be troublesome, can you confirm or disprove this somehow? Hi I'm on Ubuntu But then the problem is that I have to enter an ldap user name, a password and then a Securid number.
I can't see how to map those to -u username and -p password. Has anyone solved the same problem? I have been trying at this for months, always getting the 'cannot connect to IVE error'. After much research and discussing this with our network folks, I think the issue is caused by Host Checker.
Apparently this cannot be disabled on a per OS basis. What it looks for, can be configured, or even turned off, on a per OS basis. This component allows automated checking for virus software among other things and so it must be enabled for certain OSes that are vulnerable to that sort of issue ;.
Host Checker is a Java applet and must be started by the browser. There is a call during the Network connect phase that fails if it is not running. Here is the stack trace from where it failed on my machine So the script fails.
Given that constraint I have a few roads to try, I can try one on my own as it fits within my current level of skill. The other will require skills I have not had to acquire yet Try with firefox in a 32bit jail. I am not sure however if 64bit apps will be able to use the tun interface.
Create a 32bit Ubuntu VM in Virtual box and use it as a router. I have this VM up and connected, it actually works better than Fedora at this. I will be learning a lot in this endeavor. Also seems like a giant kludge. If anyone has any comments or advice it would be much appreciated. Hi CodeFooTyping, I'm in exactly the same boat, many hours wasted on this.
My sysadmin watched a trace on his side and said,"oh HostChecker is running and fails, I didn't think this needed to run. It works now. I don't regard this as a solution as much as a problematic workaround.
Thanks, deakblue. I did get it to work on 32bit Ubuntu right away. Just be sure to install Sun Java and the Sun Java plugin. Also Juniper recommends that you install network connect using alien and an rpm that they provide for Network Connect on Redhat. I actually found getting connected on Ubuntu to be easier and faster than getting connected on Fedora But find that to be true about Ununtu anyway. I had the exactly the same problem working on 8. In my case, it was a java issue.
Java6 was not supported by the Network Connect applet that was being launched on my machine. Anyway, I don't have those installed and my network connect Release Version : 6. Had the same time-out in maverick, reconfiguring through sudo update-alternatives --config java was not enough. I had to remove openjdk, now working fine.
Thanks for the great work Mad Scientist! I installed your script and with the help of my trusty network admin colleague was able to get it working! I first experienced the painful dsclient. My colleague and I worked together to solve this error. From the Juniper admin interface, he had to clone the general network connect role to one specifically for my Linux client.
He disabled the customised role selection post logon page so it would autoload the network connect role for me upon connection. Then he made a few tweaks as the clone command doesn't clone all the settings like ACLs for example. I am using Kubuntu My company has an old network connect client and server side IVE OS on offer, will be upgrading next year. Thanks again for enabling me to use my latest 64bit distro with this painful piece of Juniper software!
Cheers, HotManta. Hi all: I can't enter my SecurID value How the program read SecurID value? Thanks, and sorry for my bad english:P. Still struggling. But when I click on the icon under "terminal sessions", it gives me "The terminal session is not supported on your computer". Hi, juniper freak's! I want to use a network connect on my Ubuntu I have install a Mad Scientist script in run it, but nothing happend What are you trying to do, that doesn't work?
Not sure what you mean by "nothing happened" I get it work now. I thought that will pop-up some Java window with some remote desktop viewer and connect to my office PC in that way, but then I found out that is just a connection with my pc and my job network. I also am having problems. I have tried all of the procedures mad scientist has provided but everytime I try to connect i get an IVE error Also a big thanks to all the other contributors to this thread.
However, after trying a number of different solutions from this and other threads, I ended up caving in and using the script. Works perfect! I can't be sure this will work for everyone, but for the record here is my config: Using bit Ubuntu Firefox 64 or 32 bit doesn't matter 3.
I however can't get it to run on any 64bit arch what so ever. Following directions to the "T" I get the java error I'm currently testing this on a brand new Ubuntu 64bit Enable Canonical Repo for sun-java These errors show up on both a clean physical install of Anyone able to help on what I can do to fix this issue? I've never been able to connect from 64 bit linux. I have done the mad scientist thing tons of times and never could stay connected.
I found out that your realm is very important and cannot be blank! Worked like charm finally have access from my preferred OS!!!
Error 1: Operation not permitted This error only started after I moved my home directory over to a new partition as described here Changed nosuid to suid After a span of almost a year and countless different ways of trying to get ubuntu 64 bit to connect to my juniper VPN, I have finally gotten it to work and the solution was something I would have never though of trying. I've modified the script to accept hardcoded passwords from a profile if you choose to do so.
This is handy if you're using the -nogui option and need the script to automate connections. Of course this isn't the most secure method of authenticating, but I'm sure some use cases will find this useful.
My solution for the problem: to cut a long story short: I can connect again. My problem was the same as described multiple times here on this thread. Error "SL0x12" while connecting via browser, no narport. So propably it is not a problem of the used jdk - which explains, why there was no difference in using openjdk, sun1.
So - if you got a "SL0x12" try disabling apparmor. Please, never use "teardown". You should have ample details in "dmesg" to see which specific profile in AppArmor is causing you problems, and you can just disable that one profile itself without compromising your entire system's security. You cannot recover from "teardown" without restarting apparmor and every single program that has profiles defined i.
I haven't yet tried the script from madscientist, but I have a couple of questions: 1 Is there something particular about the Juniper setup that requires the proprietary binaries and non-integrated setup? Why can't one add the right settings to built-in VPN support? Still, with that I get the IVE error: Anyone know how to get around the IVE error? I'm completely stuck.
I am seeing the same error here and couldn't find how to fix, pls help! Not the best instructions, but I managed to connect after getting that error. Then the Network Connect window opened and I was connected yes I verified it by connecting to an internal computer.
My guess is that the junipernc script by The Wonderful and Amazing madscientist got nearly everything configured, and then the web interface added the final piece to the puzzle.
Oh, also: when I ran junipernc and entered for my password, I got the same error. I see the same IVE error , how did you use junipernc script in your case here? The system Ubuntu Maverick is configured to use the company proxies for all protocols, but I already encountered the necessity for application specific configuration e. So do I have to configure the proxy somewhere else? Other question: what is realm and what do I have to enter there?
Thanks in advance, 7even. In the case of error , it could just be that you entered the relm incorrectly. This seems to be case sensitive. Of course when I get past that I still get error I got error 10 until I added a -U option to the ncsvc lines in the junipernc file. Error 10 I am assuming you are talking about the same issue here. I checked the junipernc file but could not figure out where you changed and what exactly you changed. Can you kindly elaborate?
I am hoping this is the last hurdle to get this script working on a 64 bit environment I have been using 32 bit just because the vpn doesn't work.
Never got the junipernc script to work on either 32 bitor 64 bit. Please advice. Thanks in advance, Mayank. Anyone knows how to set up proxy settings with mad scientist' script? In our company we need 3 things to login to the VPN 1. LDAP Username 2. LDAP Password 3. Below is the error I am getting. I have changed the domain name to protect the innocent. I have an issue with it that I was able to resolve, but not in a "nice" way. I thought to get DNS working as well, so I modified my dhclient.
The interesting thing that happens is that it seems the script causes resolv. For a lot of people, that's probably fine. For me, I need many more nameservers this connection spans many, many sites , a specific domain, and search. It's all in my dhclient.
It does get the search field in, but that's useless without the domain and extra nameservers. I wrote a resolv. After that, everything works. If I log out and log back in, however to the vpn , that gets reset, so I have to replace my resolv. Ideas why it's not taking the info in the dhclient. Maybe I don't know enough about that configuration file and there's a way to tell it specifically to use the information for this connection type? Thanks for the script! I have a workaround for this problem and thought I'd post it for others manually setting resolv.
I have the same problem as Mynk. Running on Kubuntu Error I will answer to myself. Luckily I have found a solution. It has to be added one parameter to ncsvc.
I tried many things from this thread a while back and never had much luck, so I went off on my own and figured out another solution which 'Just Works' tm for me. I haven't wrapped it up and made it all pretty, but it may help someone. I've used this on In our case, we have a Juniper SA and multiple roles for most users in our default Active Directory realm.
Using NC. I've then installed kdocker and gtk-led-askpass and have a small script which asks for my password, launches and then docks the window to the notification tray so it's out of the way.
To do this: Access the login page of your Juniper with firefox and export the SSL certificate to a local file. If I don't have this plugin I can't get the web page to start the java app. I tried using the junipernc script, but in my case I have token authentication on the Juniper web screen, there is no password entered on the first screen, then a second screen gives me a challenge that I type into the token and then type the response from the token into the we page before I am able to get logged in to the Juniper Is there any way to do this from the command line with something like juniperrc?
David Lang. It's very ugly, but you can create a 32 bit chroot sandbox and start the VPN from inside the sandbox and then use it on the main system the steps to do this are ugly, so here is a close-to-right script to implement them all this is taking what I did and making it into a script, there may be typos or such in it that I have not yet found, testing and feedback would be appreciated, as would any ideas of how to reduce the size of the sandbox and the time to create it first, use a normal 64 bit browser to login to the juniper and attempt to start the network connect, this will do the installation where it prompts you for a sudo password and should create a directory tree, the key to checking that this installed correctly it to look for the file.
It then installes a handful of additional packages that are needed and the large number of dependancies for those files it does a bunch of mounts into the sandbox these mounts would need to be done on every boot it then creates a script to work around firefox being dependant on DBUS firefox still complains about not being able to reach DBUS, but without this script it dies instead and then it starts firefox in firefox connect to the juniper, sign in, and launch network connect.
I also had quite some trouble getting Juniper to run on a new bit Linux installation Ubuntu Using a bit chroot works, but is quite cumbersome. Shame on Juniper that they do not provide a bit version of the library! This would be the only thing they'd need to do to support bit Linux systems out-of-the box. In case your installation uses another JRE as default, you may use the command sudo update-alternatives --config java to switch to javasun.
My workaround for a bit installation is as follows. Additionally install the bit variant of Java: aptitude install iasun-java6-bin.
It will call the bit variant of Java when launching Network Connect and otherwise call the default bit variant. So simple, and it just works now. I'd like to ask for one more thing: at the moment, the ncLinuxApp. When I try: java -jar ncLinuxApp. Pleased to hear! I also tried this, and I'd guess that ncLinuxApp. Yet NC. As an eager Linux n00b : I'd really like to understand what's going on here.
I'm trying to understand the switches you used, can you explain them? Maybe through that I will find what's missing. Here's what happened when I tried your script: [ My switch script simply forwards the parameters that it receives apparently being called from ncLinuxLauncher. That upgrade broke the little workaround by Scott. Your method is elegant, simple and flawless!!
It works for me. Thanks a lot for your efforts, I am sure it will help a lot of people!! If you quit or cancel it will say: Cannot locate valid bit Java. Please install it with your package manager or run junipernc with the '-nojava' flag. So, at least for junipernc, you don't need to replace the java application. Once the script finds a 32bit java it will remember where it is and always use it when invoking Network Connect. The problem with replacing the java binary with a script like this is that when your package updates it will overwrite that binary and you'll have to do it again.
Personally I don't like that solution. Also I just put up a new version of the script that allows a special URL for connections, for those that need it. Anyone have any success with this script on I had jnc working well until the The script is called and uses the 32 bit version of java, but I don't get the nc dialog, nor a tunnel.
If you use my script then you don't use FireFox at all so the version of FireFox should not be an issue. I'm not using the latest Ubuntu yet but so far I've never seen a new version of Ubuntu break things. What exactly happens? The script seems to be running you don't get an exit dialog but you don't have a tunnel? Or something else? I've just uploaded a new version 1.
Also you can try running it from the CLI and see if anything is printed. By script, I was referring to the script posted by dvo one page back. However I did try your script earlier today, I'll give it another spin and provide feedback.
By script, I was referring to the script in the original post. Madscientist, I did give your script a try and it is what clued me into the library issue. It still failed after I updated the library, but that is likely because I hadn't configured the realm. I just downloaded the latest version of your script and gave it a try again.
Yet your script does not work in cases like mine where the user is not authenticated by username, realm and password, but using a hardware token smart card.
In such cases, the co-operation of the browser is needed, in order to access the smart card. Ok, in principle one could access the smart card also directly, e. I am aware of this minor drawback of my script, but on the other hand this is the only solution I found that both supports smart card based user authentication and is straightforward to implement.
Hello all, Anybody any idea where these errors come from? Version : 7. I am the system administrator in one university. We would need to use the Network Connect with Ubuntu In certain machines it works without problems but in others, it fails. The timeout arrives at 22 seconds and it disappears, saying "Aborted". We have also tested with several browsers Firefox, Chrome and Chromium , with several users in the same client, with differents versions of Java, and the result is the same.
But if we test with one Windows in the same machine, it works. Can you help us? Hi, I also strugling to configure this in my Ubuntu I searched in many places. Plese help. My id is jittopjose[at]gmail. Jitto P. Not sure if this is the correct place to ask but frequently my juniper client seems to hang.
I have to 'sign out' and sign in again. I dont know how to even diagnose the problem. Anyone with advice? Sorry: some more information: Im on Debian 6. Hello everyone, I recently installed Ubuntu But I have been unable to locate ncLinuxApp. So I was hoping someone could post a link to a download or maybe attach it in a post. I have looked the script made by madscientist and hopefully I can get it to work if I can get that Network Connect Client for linux.
Edit: I was able to get the ncLinuxApp. I know this thread is more than 4 years old! However, it saved the day for me now. Thank you, mad scientist. I have finally been able to get the darn thing work on 64 bit Linux. I figured that the IVE 10 error was due to a host checker enabled and recently this has been enabled across all sites making it impossible to get mad scientist's script work. A colleague got it working wit 32 bit broswer and 32 bit plug in just like it works on 32 bit Linux.
I followed his advice and got it working. Here's a script that sets up a 32 bit Firefox with 32 bit Sun Java in a chroot jail just to make Juniper Network Connect happy on 64 bit Ubuntu It takes up MB of hard drive space, which is a bit much, but it does seem to work. I have set up Juniper and Java according to posts by mad scientist mynk and others thanks and I still can't get it connected. It runs but when I attempt to login I get "Server Disconnected" message.
Anybody else see this? Thanks -Frank. Most of the posts on google say how to access VPN using juniper network connect. They assume every company would provide jar files required to setup juniper network connect.
At least not in my case, basically i am looking how to install juniper network connect on my ubuntu Rest things later how to connect.
First off This has me up and running in Ubuntu Only issue I'm having is figuring out resolv. For my company, I have to add "supersede domain-name" and "prepend domain-name-servers" to my dhclient.
However, when NetworkConnect gets the network settings, it appears to ignore dhclient. Why is it not looking at dhclient. Copying my old resolv. I've tried dankegel solution with web I mean, I'm able to start the VPN but I can only access web pages using the same web browser that starts Network Connect in this case firefox. I discovered why the web32 didn't work fully.
In Ubuntu I had it working in like According to the documentation i am reading the -nojava option should work but it doesnt i just get a prompt asking for my passcode and then immediately VPN has exited successfully.
Would you like to restart the VPN connection? I could install gcc-multilib even with ialibs package installed. Which package brokes the multilib transition?
As from PPA you can get old version i don't remember exactly, but propably update 26 , I have downloaded and installed latest java update 32 manually both 64 and 32bit and put them in separate folders. Then i just invoke update-alternatives for java binary and java plugin for mozilla.
Thanks MadScientist and dvo for solution! Hey everyone I've been ghosting this thread for a while, trying to find a method to get Juniper's network connect to run on Ubuntu Anyway, my problem is that, unlike most of you, my employer's web page doesn't prompt me to install Juniper's software via a java prompt.
Instead I just get directed to an internal web site after a login. For NetworkManager we may end up putting a full HTML renderer into the GUI authentication dialog, while the command line client continues to parse the common login forms and make a best attempt at handling anything non-standard. There are a number of perl and python scripts which handle authentication to Juniper servers to bypass the web browser.
One such script has been ported to invoke OpenConnect instead of Juniper's own ncsvc client and can be found here. Once authentication is complete, the VPN connection can be established. At the time of writing much of the configuration for Legacy IP addressing and routes is understood and implemented.
IPv6 is not yet implemented, and test reports from someone with an IPv6-capable server would be greatly appreciated.
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WebNov 22, аи We have already discussed howto install JRE in ubuntu 2. Create a root password, by issuing the following command. You will be asked for your sudo . WebNetwork Edge Services; Network Operating System; Packet Optical; Wired & Wireless Access; Routers; SDN, Management & Operations; Security; Switches; All Products A-Z; . WebOct 30, аи That way there is no confusing the correct version needed. It is not available 3rd party or from non-admin download from Juniper. Their licensing is all back-end and .