There is an openconnect plugin as well for NetworkManager.
Install the packages NetworkManager-openconnect and NetworkManager-openconnect-kde4.
Then reboot so that NetworkManager gets restarted.
anyway what is the difference between al this different VPN connection types (VPNC, PPTP, OPENVPN)?
Well, they are just different ways to create a VPN.
I don’t know all the details either, you would have to google for that. Wikipedia might be a good start.
But as a user you don’t really have to care about the differences. You don’t have a choice anyway, you have to use the one that is provided.
On 06/14/2014 06:36 AM, wolfi323 pecked at the keyboard and wrote:
> carborane;2648917 Wrote:
>> yes, now i can add VPN connections. thx
>> Yet so far i still did not manage to connect to my uni. On windows i use
>> vpn via cisco.
>> on the uni page they say to use openconnect. On my opensuse it seems to
>> be VPNC.
> There is an openconnect plugin as well for NetworkManager.
> Install the packages NetworkManager-openconnect and
> Then reboot so that NetworkManager gets restarted.