On 12.06.2018 18:33, David Woodhouse wrote:> So there are three pieces
of information which are needed to actually
make the connection:
• VPN server address
• Certificate fingerprint
When you compare with your NetworkManager configuration, you are
comparing apples and oranges. That contains the information that you
*start* with — the first server you start authenticating to, things
like usernames and passwords. ConnMan doesn't care about any of that,
or didn't when I last looked. It just needs those three fields listed
above (which are precisely what the NM auth-dialog actually hands off
to NetworkManager itself, behind the scenes).
Nothing has changed for ConnMan so far. Wouldn't mind if ConnMan would
learn to do be more user friendly.
Somewhere there was a script which runs 'openconnect
obtain the three relevant fields, and then poke ConnMan to connect
using them. Isn't that still in the ConnMan repo somewhere?
Just checked the repo and there is no such script :/ And my google-foo
didn't find anything related.