Ask Different works best with JavaScript enabled. Will this "support" multiple connections of different authenticated users from one device as my example in the comments below asks? Brad, Perhaps it is worth opening a ticket with support on this. Is it a list of supported app? Dave 6, 2 18 Good remark "at the same time". A globally-unique identifier for this VPN configuration.


Thanks for any insights. Brad Hanson, HealthPartners, Bloomington, Minnesota I apologize for cross posting this on another thread first-- this was the thread that it probably should have gone on. Perhaps it is worth opening a ticket with support on this. If so, can each app authenticate as different "users"? Will this "support" multiple connections of different authenticated users from one device as my example in the comments below asks?

Can't seem to format the reply. F5 would have to allow for multiple tunnels from one device. Apple's addition of this feature is still dependent on the VPN provider's ability to support it. If this is the case, which it appears you're saying it is then is there a way to have each tunnel with it's own user authenticating through F5?

App X - app tunnel , user1, password1, certificate1 App Y - app tunnel , user2, password2, certificate1 Can these run concurrently on the same device? Is this a model that is supported by F5? Good remark "at the same time". On a desktop, you can not launch 2 tunnels at the same time.

Nor with the EDGE and the web based agent at the same time. I don't know if someone can tell us. I do not see anything new regarding this feature in 1. This is only available from SDK. You must use a custom configuration of just XML in the.

No, the user credentials would have to be the same for all tunnels. With the updated 2. We have the same problem as Alex. Console says 'App layer vpn required', when tunnel is not established manually. When we start the tunnel manually and try to use the app again, console says 'no local address specified' and 'no remote address specified'.

Does the specific app need to support this or what could be the problem here? I am seeing similar issues. When I launch this app Google Chrome , it does not appear to attempt to launch the VPN connection, but appears to have no connectivity. Any help would be appreciated. Which MDM are you using, Alex? Michael Koyfman, I tried adding the key you've speicifed to the payload, it didn't seem to have any effect - i can see in the console that the App VPN rule matched, but when i dont connect to VPn manually, i get the 'Requires app layer VPN' error and if i do connect manually, i get the same pair of 'no local address specified' - 'no remote address specified' errors.

Alex - Can you send me the. Michael, What is the syntax for this key in the VendorConfig section. Can you provide the correct syntax? Oops, sorry, it should be: Unfortunately, there is no public documentation on the topic just yet. In order for the Per-App VPN to work, you don't assign any resources to the session in the policy - no webtop, no Network Access - just end the branch in Allow state after the authentication - and you must check the 'VDI and Java" checkbox on the Virtual Server properties - that is it.

Here's how I understand it. Mobile apps that run on iOS 7 can indeed be set up to either manually or automatically connect via VPN, but the devices have to be managed with OS X This is intended to separate the corporate connection which may be carrying sensitive data from the personal one. The VPN payload is designated by specifying com.

A globally-unique identifier for this VPN configuration. This identifier is used to configure apps so that they use the Per-App VPN service for all of their network communication.

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Krumelur 5 13 Once this is out of beta - we'll gladly reopen this. Until then - you can see the meta threads below for some options to get help in the interim. But the information I asked about is something that Apple officially introduced and from the answers of the meta link you provided this means: I've started a meta thread to discuss this specific instance to discuss this specific question and whether it can work for the site before general release of iOS 7.

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Skip the manual setup and download VyprVPN for iOS. Manually connect or disconnect VyprVPN with a single swipe; Filter by region or country and add VPN servers to your favorites for easy access. Mobile apps that run on iOS 7 can indeed be set up to (either manually or automatically) connect via VPN, but the devices have to be managed with OS X as the backend VPN server and MDM. This is intended to separate the corporate connection (which may be carrying sensitive data) from the personal one. Yes, the best VPNs for iOS in this article have been selected because they work on all iOS devices. These VPNs also allow three (or more) simultaneous connections. This means that you can use your VPN on an iPad, iPod and an iPhone (or even other devices such as a Linux machine, Mac, or PC) at the same time.