Whilst I am not a fan of Juniper Network Connect in the last few
years I have had to connect to several networks that use
it. The biggest problem with it is that it is a combination
of Java and a 32bit C library which will not work when executed
with a 64bit version of Java.
There are other ways of connecting such as the Mad Scientist script but if you use things like two-factor authentication this will not work. So I brought together things I have learnt from web postings about getting it to work in Ubuntu and have created these steps. They work in Fedora 17 and should work in …