AnyConnect for Linux
Make sure that your computer is connected to the Internet (or the WLAN with the identification "Uni-Bremen"). Then download the installation file for AnyConnect (a login with your Uni account may be required).
Then run this installation file as a private user (root), e.g. with the command
sudo sh anyconnect.sh
in the directory where the downloaded file is located. The installation then takes place without any further action on your part.
After the installation is complete, run the following command:
sudo ln -s /etc/ssl/certs/German_Telekom_Root_CA_2.pem /opt/.cisco/certificates/ca/
Connect - Step 1
Start the Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client either from the Application menu or by executing the command /opt/cisco/anyconnect/bin/vpnui.
Then click the AnyConnect icon on your panel.
Connect - Step 2
Enter "vpn.uni-bremen.de" after "Connect to:" and click on the gear icon to the right.
Connect - Step 3
Check "Allow local (LAN) access when using VPN (if configured)". This allows you to access resources on your local network (such as printers or file shares) even when the VPN connection is activated.
Connect - Step 4
Close the settings window and click on "Connect" in the main window.
Connect - Step 5
Select the correct Tunnel type under "Group" and enter the user data of your university account after "Username" and "Password". Then click on "Connect".
The program should now establish the connection.
Connect - Step 6
If you no longer need the connection, reopen the AnyConnect window and click the "Disconnect" button on the "Connection" tab.