Mac OSX 10.0-10.5 and setup Instructions:

After downloading and the Cisco VPN client do the following:

Go to your Desktop where the file was downloaded.

Depending on your configuration, there will either be one or two icons. If there are two icons, your computer has automatically decompressed the downloaded file.
If not, you will need to do this manually by double-clicking on it.

Double-click on the file named Cisco VPN to start the installation.

You will be prompted with a screen that says you need an administrator password to install the software. Click on the lock icon, and type your administrator password. Click Next.

On the next few screens, you will be asked various installation questions. The defaults should be fine unless you have a certain place you want the application installed.

After you have indicated your installation choices, a window summarizing these installation choices will appear.
Click Previous to make changes or Install to complete the installation. The install process takes around 3-5 minutes to complete fully.
When the installation process has completed, you will need to click Done.

Configuring VPN

Click the VPN icon on the dock to start the VPN program.

The VPN client should open. Click New to begin configuring the connection.

For Connection Entry type TAMUG

Enter the Host:

Under the "Authentication" tab, use the following information:

Select Group Authentication and enter:  tunnellvision

Password Enter: tamugremote

Confirm the password enter: tamugremote

Next, click the Transport tab.

Click the Enable Transport Tunneling checkbox.

Click IPSec over TCP and enter 10000 in the TCP port field.

Click Save.

Connecting to VPN

Your new connection should appear in the VPN client window. Click on it to highlight, and click Connect.
Enter your Net ID and password.
Click OK. You should now be connected to VPN

If you have any problems, call the CIS Helpdesk at 740-4714 or email or click on the link below for further instruction: