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plago
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Re: Andorid Support

One more thing... I already went through the effort of documenting the process of importing user certs and priv keys for our customer android devices... why can't the software simply use the cert and keys in the secure store of the android? Having to manually seperate the user cert and priv keys, convert them into DER format, and copy them to the device storage card is pointless and unnecessary when the android platform already provide a secure store for these credentials.

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SonicBoom
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Re: Andorid Support

ok so i met with some juniper reps/engineers a few days ago and was informed ( and this made perfect sense to me) the issue is not so much with Pulse as it is with DROID not allowing it root access.  so as soon as its allowed we should see pulse work the way it should.  p.s. rooting your phone wont make a difference right now as the app is not written that way..

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zanyterp
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Re: Andorid Support

Here is a link for adding L3 VPN support into Android for application developers for any who would like to help and star this request:

http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=12578

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aners
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Re: Andorid Support

Hi,

My customer is asking me for junos pulse support on
samsung galaxy tab http://galaxytab.samsungmobile.com/
Can this work?

 

Thanks in advance

Aner Sagi CISSP

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zanyterp
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Re: Andorid Support

I am not aware of any limitations with specific Android devices.

He will need to download the application and test; if there are issues with access, please contact JTAC.

 

As mentioned earlier, though, please remember that there is no L3 VPN support on Android.

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serena
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Re: Andorid Support

So it still do not support on Andorid platform?

how to use it?

 

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zanyterp
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Re: Android Support

Yes, that is correct, there is no L3 VPN allowed on Android (by Google; this feature is just not present).

The Pulse for Android client allows access to intranet-based bookmarks from within the client.

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spuluka
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Re: Andorid Support

 


zanyterp wrote:

Here is a link for adding L3 VPN support into Android for application developers for any who would like to help and star this request:

http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=12578


When adding your "vote" for this feature just click on the * to index the count.  This is a technical issue list for the actual developers of Android.  They have requested that we only post TECHNICAL comments to the issue tracker not general requests for the feature in the comments.

 

 

Please do vote and let them know we want this functionality but they are finding the non-technical comments annoying and not helpful.

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KBloomquist
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Re: Andorid Support

[ Edited ]

If anyone from Juniper is watching this thread...

 

Has there been no discussion from Google on this topic? I cannot imagine that they would not have any interest in adding L3 VPN functionality, and if they did, certainly they would be talking to a big player like Juniper.

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zanyterp
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Re: Android Support

You would think so; but I don't know and doubt they have. The way the Android development group works is through seeing what people want. In order to do that, bugs/requests are filed and people vote on them to be added (see the link previously provided).

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