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Anyconnect VPN client

Hi, is there any update on the Anyconnect client support on the MX64's?


What is the experience like on models that currently support it? Is it seamless for the user? Can they just go to or something, enter their credentials and MFA/2FA and connect?


Do the newer Meraki's integrate with AzureAD? Does it have built-in MFA?



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So far as I’m aware there has been no update on support for the MX64. In fact I’ve seen some recent documents that stated its unsupported, rather than coming soon, so who knows.


The experience is pretty good. It’s not the full feature set like with the Cisco ASA, but it’s a pretty good starting point. You can’t specify your own domain, it uses the auto-generated domain. Authentication is either RADIUS, Meraki, or on-premises AD; through RADIUS you could integrate with AzureAD, but there is no native support for AzureAD. There is no native MFA, although again, this should be possible using something like Duo.

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This is what I wrote when the Beta was released. Still valid for 16.6:

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It works really well.


You have to connect to the DDNS assigned to the MX.  If you want the user to see a "nice name" for connecting, then you can create a profile that you can upload to give that better user experience.  I've created an online tool for this: 


For MFA you typically use something that supports push notifications, such as Cisco Duo or Microsoft Azure/Office 365.


There is no direct integration with Office 365.  For MFA, you configure an on-premise NPS server with the Azure MFA component.

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