Cisco VPN Client through http proxy

Hi,
I am in a campus where all the outgoing internet connection is
thorough a http proxy. I want to use Cisco VPN client to make a VPN
connection to a server outside my campus, can someone please tell me
how to configure the VPN client to use the proxy server to make the
outgoing connection(on Linux and Windows). I could not find this
option anywhere and also could not find any relevant resource in the
net.
I dont know if this is the right forum, if not, I will be grateful if
someone points me to the proper place to post this question.
Thanks!
Vishwas.
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vishwas.bhari
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Are you using a SSL VPN or IPSEC VPN. SSL VPN is logging into a web page and connecting to the VPN. The IPSEC VPN is a client software piece. If you are using a IPSEC VPN it does not use port 80 for communication.
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Chad Mahoney
I want to use IPSEC VPN... is it not supported? Any idea if there any other client which might support connection through proxy?
Reply to
vishwas.bhari
Forget about getting an ipsec connection working through an http proxy. Search for the folllowing keywords if you want to connect to a Cisco vpn endpoint through https: - Cisco webvpn - Cisco Anyconnect
And even then your connection might still not pass (url filtering, ssl interception,...)
Br. Robby
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Robby Cauwerts

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