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Install and Configure Cyberoam iAccess for iOS

Applicable iOS Version: 6.0 onwards. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

 

Overview

Cyberoam's iAccess for iOS is an application for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad that authenticates users with Cyberoam, integrated with local or external authentication servers.Cyberoam “iAccess” features are enlisted below:

-      Client Authentication. (Supported by all CyberoamOS)
-      Access to the “My Account” portal which allows users to view personal details, manage user credentials. (Supported by all CyberoamOS)
-      Displays information on user’s Internet usage policies and data usage. (Supported by all CyberoamOS)
-      Gives access to quarantined Emails facilitating self-management. (Not supported in 15i, 15iNG and 15wiNG)
-      Periodic “Push Notifications” to be sent to the iOS device. For example the user will be promted to re-login prior to session expiry. (Supported versions 10.6.1 GA onwards)

Scenario

Install and configure Cyberoam iAccess on iPhone.

Configuration

To configure Client in iPhone, follow the steps given below.

Step 1: Download and Install Client

Download Client and install it in your mobile device. You can download the Client from: 

-    Apple iTunes
-    From the App Store on the mobile device.

Step 2: Configure Client

   Start Client application. You will be briefed about the app, as shown below.

 
 
 

   
The login screen appears. Before logging in, you need to define settings for the Client. Click
Settings to configure the client, as shown below.

 
   Click against Gateway IP and specify the Cyberoam IP Address as your authentication gateway. You can obtain your Cyberoam IP Address from your Network Administrator.

    You can also set the following parameters.

Parameter

Value

Description

Auto Login

Disabled (Default)

When enabled, user automatically logs in on application start. Disable if you do not want to login automatically.

Save Password

Enabled (Default)

When enabled client saves your password. This option is automatically enabled if Auto Login is enabled. Disable if you do not want client to save your password. 

Show Notification

Enabled (Default)

When enabled user receives periodic “Push Notifications” to. For example, the user will be promted to re-login prior to session expiry.

 

      Tap Done to return to Login Screen. 

      Note

      The auto-discovery of Cyberoam Gateway IP will trigger once the installation is complete. For all future instances, manual intervention is required. 

Step 3: Log into Client 

     In the Login Screen, specify your credentials and tap Login to log into the client.
 
 

Step 4: Use Client

iAccess is primarily used to authenticate network users to their gateway Cyberoam for seamless Internet access. Additionally, the client provides the following functionalities. 

     Personal: Displays user’s Cyberoam account information. It also lets a user update his/her details like Email ID, account password etc.
     Account Status: Displays current account status including Policy and Data usage information.
     Quarantine Mails: Displays Virus and Spam Quarantine Emails received by the user. 
     Settings: View and edit configured settings of the Authentication Client.
     FAQs:This section contains Frequently Asked Questions which gives user more information about the client.
     About us: Displays information about the client and the developer: Cyberoam Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

 

Step 5: Logout

Click Logout on the upper right corner of each screen to logout from the client.


 

 

 







                                                                                                                  Document Version: 1.2 – 4 December, 2014
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