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VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and refers to a set of software and hardware that enable your computer to transparently connect to a remote network as if you were physically attached to that network. Communication between your computer and the remote VPN hardware is encrypted while using VPN.

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  • What is VPN? VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and refers to a set of software and hardware that enable your computer to transparently connect to a remote network as if you were physically...
  • The UOnet is the network that is used across the university campus. This includes the wireless internet, computer logins and VPN access. Wireless Access The UO provides WiFi internet access across...
  • How to Install the Cisco AnyConnect software The Cisco AnyConnect software installs directly from a web page. To install the software: Visit the AnyConnect site Log in with your Duck ID and...
  • Are you new to VPN? If you are new to using the university's VPN software, we suggest using Cisco AnyConnect. However, if you have been using our VPN software since July, 2009 the best way for you...
  • How do I install the VPN software on my iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad)? To install the VPN software:   Open the App Store Search for: Cisco AnyConnect Download Cisco AnyConnect...
  • How to install the Cisco AnyConnect software on Linux The Cisco AnyConnect software installs directly from a web page. For background information on VPN, see Virtual Private Networking (VPN) Software...
  • WebVPN was discontinued in summer, 2011. It's replacement is the AnyConnect VPN software.
  • Are you new to VPN? If you are new to using the university's VPN software, please use Cisco AnyConnect. For a complete list of our VPN software and an overview of the VPN software we offer, see...
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