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I discovered today there’s a way to bring IPv6 connectivity to your iPhone, even if you don’t have v6 wifi nor v6 cellular data.  There’s a Cisco AnyConnect client for iPhone which speaks SSL VPN (TLS/DTLS) to an ASA.  The release notes say “Access to internal IPv4 and IPv6 network resources”. I take this to behave just like the standard AnyConnect client. Unfortunately it requires a AnyConnect Essentials license for the ASA which is a couple hundred dollars.  The client for the iPad should be available whenever iOS 4.2 comes out.

Sep 30 2010 16:31:02: %ASA-3-716057: Group <webvpn> User <bwann> IP <>
  Session terminated, no AnyConnect Mobile license available

AnyConnect for Mobile          : Disabled
AnyConnect for Cisco VPN Phone : Disabled
AnyConnect Essentials          : Disabled


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