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mhorne [Mac]
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-======Pulse Secure (Juniper) VPN  Installation and Configuration======+======Pulse Secure (formerly ​Juniper) VPN  Installation and Configuration======
  
 The Pulse Secure (formerly known as Juniper Pulse) VPN client is Olin's current method of remotely connecting to internal network resources from off campus. The Pulse Secure (formerly known as Juniper Pulse) VPN client is Olin's current method of remotely connecting to internal network resources from off campus.
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   * To disconnect, Click the Junos Pulse icon again, select **OLIN** and then **Disconnect**.   * To disconnect, Click the Junos Pulse icon again, select **OLIN** and then **Disconnect**.
  
 +===== Ubuntu ===== 
 +  * In Ubuntu 18.04, use a web browser to navigate to https://​jvpn.olin.edu.  
 +  * Log in using your network credentials. You will see a screen like the one below.  
 +{{ :​vpnubuntu1.png?​500 |}} 
 +  * In the Files section, select **VPN-Installers**,​ and then **Linux**. 
 +      * You will be presented with some files. If you are running Ubuntu on an older system, then you may want to download the **pulse-5.3r7.i386.deb** file or the latest released installer. For most people running Ubuntu on a newer computer, then you want to download the **pulse-5.3R7.x86_64.deb** file.  
 +  * Save the file to your **Downloads** folder.  
 +  * Open a Terminal window by selecting the **super-key** + **T key**. 
 +      * The super-key is the key between the CTRL and ALT keys on the left side of the keyboard. 
 +  * In the Terminal Window, cd to your Downloads directory.  
 +{{ :​vpnubuntu2.png?​500 |}} 
 +<​code>​cd Downloads</​code>​ 
 +  * Run the following commands within the Terminal window to complete the installation. You will be prompted for your Ubuntu login password.  
 +  * Run the following commands within the Terminal window to complete the installation. You will be prompted for your Ubuntu login password. 
 +<​code>​sudo apt install ./​pulse-9.0R1.x86_64.deb 
 +sudo apt install libwebkitgtk-1.0-0</​code>​ 
 +  * The Pulse Secure icon will be visible by pressing the **super-key** + **A**. 
 +      * If you don't see the icon, you may need to scroll down to view other apps. 
 +  * Click on the Pulse Secure app to launch it. You will have a window pop up like the one listed below. 
 +{{ :​vpnubuntu3.png?​200 |}} 
 +  * To create a connection, click the **plus** sign. 
 +  * Enter a name for the connection, such as Olin College. 
 +  * Type in jvpn.olin.edu for the Server in the URL field and click **Add**. 
 +  * Click **Connect** on your newly created connection. 
 +      * You will see a second window open that will prompt you for your network Username and Password. 
 +{{ :​vpnubuntu4.png?​300 |}} 
 +  * When you have logged in, the Connect button will turn to Disconnect. To close the connec-tion,​ click on the Disconnect button. 
 +{{ :​vpnubuntu5.png?​200 |}}
  
  
 =======VPN Behavioral changes ============ =======VPN Behavioral changes ============
-With the introduction of the Juniper ​VPN client Olin has implemented what is known as split tunneling.+With the introduction of the PulseSecure ​VPN client Olin has implemented what is known as split tunneling.
 This allows users to utilize their home Internet connection for all non-olin resources and not have traffic routed through Olin's network unless it is destined for Olin resources. This allows users to utilize their home Internet connection for all non-olin resources and not have traffic routed through Olin's network unless it is destined for Olin resources.
 Library resources are a prime example, previously you could go directly to these resources and you would be coming from an Olin owned IP address. This is no longer the case and you will need to use the Library web site to gain access to these resources. Library resources are a prime example, previously you could go directly to these resources and you would be coming from an Olin owned IP address. This is no longer the case and you will need to use the Library web site to gain access to these resources.
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-tags: public drive off campus, network drive off campus, public drive off-campus, network drive off-campus+<sub>tags: public drive off campus, network drive off campus, public drive off-campus, network drive off-campus</​sub>​