08-17-2011 08:52 AM
I'm sure that Pulse will soon support full L3 VPN, at least that is what my Juniper contacts tell me. Hang tight. It'll get there
Thanks. Yeah, the client is not the issue, it is the IP address. Our VPN is SSL only so without an IP, I believe I am limited to JSAM or WSAM, neither of which are going to work.
08-17-2011 10:45 AM - edited 08-17-2011 10:48 AM
In response to Anyterp -
Net Connect is in the roles as suggested - I get an IP address on laptops and such via Pulse...just not Android even with root access for Junos Pulse.
User Nahuna in a previous post has indicated he has mulitple rooted phones working fine with L3 VPN - wondering what he has done differently to achieve an IP address assignment.
My errors are same as other recent posts - get a connection to the published web links but no IP gets assigned.
Do we need to be on v 7.1R2 on the Juniper? Any leads from someone that has gotten Pulse to hand out IP would be greatly appreciated
(currently trying to fight FOR Android within our enterprise but losing to iPhones/iPads due to lack of easy VPN setup with Android)
08-17-2011 10:50 AM
08-18-2011 05:59 AM
I have a Juniper tech scheduled for on-site support soon and will hammer him with questions. If I can get this thing going I will be sure to update the group here and let you folks know what was done to get it working.
Really fighting for Android but gotta admit that Apple has them beat with VPN. No answers in Google's code forums on the request and it is almost two years since request was first posted.
08-22-2011 09:45 AM
08-23-2011 07:14 AM
No point opening a TAC case for this, but on my rooted GSM HTC Desire with SenseUI, Pulse just reboots the handset as soon as you open it, making even the non-L3 options unusable.
Would be nice know what versions this DOES work on.
09-05-2011 08:07 AM
Looks like Samsung is going to be the first vendor to make it to the finish line!
My company just ordered its' first run of iPads for TESTING - hoping Samsung will release patches soon to cover all models so I can start testing Androids.
Thank you Samsung and Juniper for finally making a move on your own and not waiitng for Google!
"Samsung is enhancing enterprise capabilities of the GALAXY Note through its partnership with Juniper Networks. Juniper’s Junos Pulse SSL VPN provides secure remote access to corporate network resources. The SSL VPN enables large enterprise and service providers to meet high-volume secure access and authorization requirements, protecting corporate data with centralizes control and supporting employees’ personal device efficiently." - http://www.techgeeze.com/2011/09/samsung-galaxy-no
11-03-2011 07:33 AM - edited 11-03-2011 07:37 AM
Pulse L3 VPN is also supported on the Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet.
I believe you also have to download the signed version from the manufacturer's app store and not the one from the Android Market.
11-03-2011 12:37 PM - edited 11-09-2011 11:29 AM
don't know if anybody did read on developer.android.com
Google is releasing Android Ice Cream Sandwich which does have a VPN Adapter integrated so applications can access it.
Hold on until Android 4.0 and every Phone which is running ICS in combination with Pulse should be able to have L3 VPN.
01-11-2012 05:09 AM
Have just installed "Junos Pulse for Samsung" on my Galaxy Note today, it has just been updated on Market today as well. I can have L3 VPN / assigned IP address with Junos Pulse via the testing box (SA with version 7.1R5.0) now ^_^
01-12-2012 10:31 AM
@NULL: sorry!! I didn't realize it wasn't published yet.
I don't have control over that part of access but it is in the queue to (hopefully) be published in the near future.
I will update once I have received publishing notification
01-16-2012 01:47 AM
I have read the Junos Pulse for Mobile rel note, do you know if Junos Pulse mobile will support Cisco Cius or not? I cannot to install this app as it says it's not compatible on this platform. We are trying to connect back to our SA on Cius.
01-16-2012 04:21 AM
01-16-2012 07:20 AM
@androlmeda: I do not know if there are plans to support it; that would be a good question for your Juniper SE. However, if it is not installing, that is a good indicator that it is not currently supported. As you know Android support != will work (since the market is quite fragmented). My understanding is that the Android market does a good job of preventing incompatible applications from installing.
Do you know which version of Android (base) it is using? I would recommend checking with your Juniper account team on requesting support for this device for you. I don't know if it will be possible, depending on what Cisco has done to the base OS, but the best way to have it checked is through your account team.