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Another thing is the useragent must be "Firefox", not "Bon Echo". For example, my company's login form is on /dana-na/auth/url_0/welcome.cgi but the form is actually processed by /dana-na/auth/url_0/login.cgi. Network Connect launched but the VPN does not work Run "ip route" and see if the route is there. Trollbane Turalyon Twilight's Hammer Vashj Vek'nilash Xavius Zenedar Reply Nikomodin 90 Human Paladin 9215 640 posts Nikomodin Ignored 07 Feb 2014 Copy URL View Post Steps I've taken:As per Check This Out

They do not package a 32-bit version of the Java plugin, so the GUI won't work unless you install Java by hand. How can I find out what it tried to check and what failed? We need to somehow teach DHCPCD the concept of merging configs and being a good neighbor... It had to install both bin32-jre and bin32-firefox and authenticate through the browser. http://unix.bris.ac.uk/2013/09/06/making-the-juniper-vpn-client-work/

Ncapp> Failed To Connect/authenticate With Ive. Error 2

Do you also get those same prompts if you use the OS X or Windows VPN client? Here is the command: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun- "-classpath" "/home/gosbeau/.juniper_networks/network_connect/NC.jar" "NC" "-h" "webportal.lloydstsb.ch" "-L" "0" "-l" "0" "-n" "" "-t" "" "-x" I tried to remove anything, and repeated the procedure again (Even added There is a script in the juniper directory for getting the x500 certificate from your site.

  • Error 5 (Read 8278 times) bytesize Newbie Posts: 2 Karma: +0/-0 Network Connect - Linux - Failed to authenticate with IVE.
  • It's unreadable, but the VPN works great.
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  • He's been using unix of one flavour or another for more than 2 decades, and is still constantly surprised by useful commands he didn't know existed.
  • You may need to change this under "general.useragent.extra.firefox" in about:config.
  • FYI - the connection settings are stored in your home directory in a file called .vpn.default.cfg If you run the ‘junipernc -uninstall' this file doesn't get removed - at least on
  • Choose whether to run jvpn with (easiest method) or without sudo and run the below steps accordingly If running the script with sudo: 2.1- Run the command # curl -L https://github.com/samm-git/jvpn/archive/v0.7.0.tar.gz
  • Can you shed any light on the subject?
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Anyone know how to make that happen? So when I ran the junipernc script again (to install everything), I didn't get all the prompts I thought I should have (since this file was still there). If your Juniper VPN setup doesn't require any input after conneting you can use this command in order to connect sudo openconnect --juniper https://vpn.server.com/ If you want NetworkManager support, you can Juniper Vpn Ubuntu At this point, you've got 32bit java installed and selected as your default version of java.  You also have the icedtea java plugin for 64bit web browsers installed.

I'm curious because the underlying Linux program which actually sets up the VPN tunnel ( ncsrv ) only has one password argument, so it seems that sum combination would have to Ncapp.error Failed To Authenticate With Ive I tried this on a different machine running 64 bit Ubuntu, and it works as well. I gathered my info from both mad scientist's page above and the thread itself. Yay!

I just set my root password to something while I installed it, then reset it again later (find out how). Openconnect Juniper Star 0 Fork 0 Dieterbe/juniper_brute_force.py Created Aug 28, 2013 Embed What would you like to do? Thanks... Re: HOWTO set up Juniper Network Connect VPN on Ubuntu Dapper madscientist, could you try to attach those files again ??

Ncapp.error Failed To Authenticate With Ive

Please install 32 bit Java and update alternatives links using update-alternatives command. However, I immediately get "unable to connect to IVE" and the connection never succeeds. Ncapp> Failed To Connect/authenticate With Ive. Error 2 You'll probably get a popup warning saying that you need to make sure you've got all the required 32bit libraries installed.  You have (we've just done that!) so click "Yes"  - Juniper Pulse Linux You will need to do it every time before you connect.

http://wireless.siu.edu/install-ubuntu-64.htm Reply Pingback: Connecting to SSL VPN in Debian/Ubuntu | Guikubi Pablo Vanwoerkom Eccentric.Ash says: April 13, 2011 at 4:38 pm A relative noob to Linux, I have been trying to his comment is here Type the following into your Terminal: sudo apt-get install ia32-sun-java6-bin After typing your password, a 32-bit copy of java will be installed at: /usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun . After hours of googling…..yours was the one post that solved it…..THANK YOU….. How to get this substring on bash script? Juniper Network Connect Linux

Support for Blackberry, iPhone, and Android. I did: 1- sudo apt-get install ia32-sun-java6-bin 2- update-alternatives -set java /usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun/jre/bin/java 3- export JDK_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun (added in junipernc) ….. User contributions on this site are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 4.0 International License. this contact form Network Connect launched and a configuration error message is displayed Check that you have net-tools installed.

it got me going! Openconnect Junos Pulse Now point your web browser at https://uobnet.bris.ac.uk and sign in using your UoB username and password.  When the page loads, you should see a line which says "Network Connect" - click the I was trying some of the several 'command-line' options and it turns out that in certain cases, policy will not permit it.

I though I saw the solution somewhere, but couldn't find it when I actually got the error.

This has come up in the ubuntu forum too http://ubuntuforums.org/printthread.php?t=232607&pp=75&page=4 Reply benjamin says: June 18, 2009 at 8:39 am Interesting… so, you get 3 prompts when you login on the web: Another tip I found is to launch the program with the command nohup: nohup /home/austin/bin/junipernc This lets you close the terminal window without killing the actual network connect program. One further note, I've tested this on Ubuntu 9.04 64-bit as well as 8.10 32-bit. Hope this is helpful to all you who need Juniper VPN access on 64-bit Ubuntu Linux. Ncsvc realm You can find out your realm by viewing the page source of your VPN sign-in page: just search for the word realm in it. 5) Start / stop network connect:

http://www.juniperforum.com/index.php?topic=3014.0 That didn't help much and now I'm kinda stuck here Adv Reply Reply With Quote Page 1 of 56 1231151 ... Troubleshooting There are many things that can go wrong. Not the answer you're looking for? navigate here Works great for me!

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