Since Apple claims that Cisco VPN is natively supported, and it is explained in detail here, my guess would be a VPN configuration issue or mismatch. It may be a matter of matching the Remote Access VPN setup to the OSX client, instead of the other way around.

Mar 23, 2020 Cisco VPN Client For MAC OS - Firewall.cx Cisco's popular VPN Client for the Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. VPN Client version: 4.9.01.0280 Release Date: 28th January 2011 The Cisco VPN Client for Mac OS X does NOT support the following: - 64bit OS … Install and Configure the Cisco AnyConnect Software VPN on

To connect to Cisco AnyConnect follow the instructions in Connect to AnyConnect VPN for Mac OS X. Installing Cisco AnyConnect for Mac OS X Click on the Download button under the AnyConnect for Mac OS X (Recommended) section on the Downloads & Guides page. Enter your Internet ID and password, if prompted.

Jan 19, 2006 WSU SSL VPN – Mac OS X procedure – step by step Disconnecting from the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client. To disconnect from the AnyConnect VPN connection on a Mac OS X system: Click the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client Icon in the top bar and choose “Disconnect.” Reconnecting to the Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client. Reconnecting: Repeat the steps above by loging in to the VPN Portal at https://sslvpn.wsu.edu

Set up a VPN Connection on Mac OS NOTICE: Beginning in July 2014, McGill has a new, more secure VPN server. Please follow the instructions below if you need to access secure resources, except for Library resources. No VPN connection needed to access Library resources, with the exception of some mobile apps:

Cisco's popular VPN Client for the Mac OS X 10.5 and 10.6. VPN Client version: 4.9.01.0280 Release Date: 28th January 2011 The Cisco VPN Client for Mac OS X does NOT support the following: - 64bit OS …