Installing VPN on Android

Tags VPN Android

Search for "Cisco AnyConnect" in the Google Play Store, then tap "Install".

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When you open the app, you will see the End User License Agreement (not shown here).  Tap "OK" to accept.

Cisco AnyConnect on the Google Play Store.

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Once the app is open, tap "Connections".

Android VPN On/Off Switch

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In "Server Address", enter "vpn.nku.edu".

Android VPN Server Address

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Tap the "AnyConnect VPN" slider.

 

You will be presented with an "Untrusted VPN Server" message.  At the bottom, tab "Change Settings".

Android VPN On/Off Switch

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Android Untrusted VPN Server Message

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On the following screen, uncheck the box labeled Block Untrusted Servers.

Android VPN Advanced Settings

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Tap the "AnyConnect VPN" slider.

Android VPN On/Off Switch

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On the following screen, "Group" should already contain "nku_users".  If it does not, add it.  Then, enter your NKU username and password, and tap "Connect".

Android VPN Entering Username and Password

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A message will appear that says "Certificate is from an untrusted source".  Tap "Continue".

Android VPN Untrusted Certificate Page

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Another message will appear, asking you to confirm the Connection Request.  Tap "OK".

Android VPN Connection Request

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This will connect you to NKU's VPN.  You will see a "VPN" icon at the top of the device.  To disconnect, tap the "AnyConnect VPN" slider.

Details

Article ID: 122622
Created
Mon 12/14/20 1:30 PM
Modified
Mon 1/25/21 3:39 PM