I have a question that probably comes from not 100% understanding some things but I have searched for awhile and am unable to come with a solution.
My work uses Cisco Anytime connect for me to get a VPN connection to them. I am able to get Cisco's actual software to work on my Ubuntu (17.10) machine. I open it, enter username/password and follow through with a two-factor DUO authentication. I am able to connect just fine. But I'd like to use the built in VPN options instead of having this program showing.
openconnect installed. I can successfully use
in the terminal and connect after getting prompted for username/password.
However, I would like to use Ubuntu's GUI to do this. I have this successfully installed. When I go to create a VPN connection I get Cisco AnyConnect Compatible VPN (openconnect) option. When I create one, I am able to use VPN protocol Cisco AnyConnect put in my gateway,
vpn.host.biz. However I am unsure what to do from here. I have no option in the settings to add a username, just a CA Certificate, User Certificate ... options that ask me to point to a file. I do not have anything like this. If I leave all the rest blank and try to turn the VPN on, it doesn't connect. As soon I click it on, it turns off.
Is there something simple I am missing with this GUI? Is it something that the GUI won't trigger the two factor authentication so the connection is immediately refused? Thanks!