|Step 1||Complete Cisco IOS Prerequisites
Cisco IOS prerequisites. Perform this action if you want to configure Cisco IOS
|Step 2||Configure Cisco IOS SSL VPN to Support IP Phones
Cisco IOS for VPN client on an IP Phone. Perform this action if you want to
configure Cisco IOS VPN.
|Step 3||Complete ASA Prerequisites for AnyConnect
| Complete ASA
prerequisites for AnyConnect. Perform this action if you want to configure ASA
|Step 4||Configure ASA for VPN Client on IP Phone
| Configure ASA
for VPN client on an IP Phone. Perform this action if you want to configure ASA
|Step 5|| Configure the
VPN concentrators for each VPN Gateway.
long delays when the user upgrades the firmware or configuration information on
a remote phone, set up the VPN concentrator close in the network to the TFTP or
Cisco Unified Communications Manager server. If this is not feasible in your
network, you can set up an alternate TFTP or load server that is next to the
|Step 6||Upload VPN Concentrator Certificates
| Upload the
VPN concentrator certificates.
|Step 7||Configure VPN Gateway
| Configure the
|Step 8||Configure VPN Group
| After you
create a VPN group, you can add one of the VPN gateways that you just
configured to it.
|Step 9||Perform one
of the following:
|| You must
configure a VPN profile only if you have multiple VPN groups. The VPN Profile
fields take precedence over the VPN Feature Configuration fields.
|Step 10||Add VPN Details to Common Phone Profile
| Add the VPN
Group and VPN Profile to a Common Phone Profile.
|Step 11||Upgrade the
firmware for Cisco Unified IP Phones to a version that supports VPN.
|| To run the
Cisco VPN client, a supported Cisco Unified IP Phone must be running firmware
release 9.0(2) or higher. For more information about upgrading the firmware,
Unified IP Phone Administration Guide for Cisco Unified Communications
Manager for your Cisco Unified IP Phone model.
|Step 12||Using a
supported Cisco Unified IP Phone, establish the VPN connection.
your Cisco Unified IP Phone to a VPN.