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Old 14th December 2016, 10:18 AM
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Unhappy f5 vpn connection in fedora (mozilla)

Hi all,

I am trying to connect to corporate network using f5 vpn.

I could open the f5 vpn url from mozilla.
after entering credentials + pin it tells me to download the plugin.

Mozilla prompts for su credentials.
I enter the same & it shows installing

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Waited for 30 min and nothing happens.

Tried the same on suselinux it works fine.

I'm unable to use VPN on centos, fedora.

someone please help as i'm struggling since 1 week.
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