How to Install and configure Cyberoam 24Online Client in Ubuntu

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A detailed guide to install Cyberoam 24Online ISP client in Ubuntu is provided in this tutorial.

Cyberoam 24Online client is a general purpose authentication client used by many ISP providers for their client base. Most of the ISPs provides Windows setup/installations for their customers but they don’t provide the setup packages and instruction for installation.

Follow these steps to install Cyberoam 24Online ISP client in Ubuntu:

1. Download the client from your ISP provided link/ OR download it from here.

2. Unzip it.

3. Create a file in your home directory named "CyberClient.conf".

4. Put these lines in that file.

AskonExit 0
AutoLogin 0
FirstTime 1
Password
Port 6060
SavePassword 0
Server 0.0.0.0
User yourusername
ShowNotification 1
LiveRequestTime 180
AlreadyLoggedIn 0
VersionId 1
Version crclient1.1

Enter your DNS server name replacing 0.0.0.0 above on ‘Server’ field. If you don’t know what is your DNS server, ask your Internet provider.

5. Save the file.

6. Open a terminal and browse to the location where you unzipped it.

7. Run below command:

./crclient -u

Then the program will ask for your password. Enter your password.

8. You should be connected!

Drop a comment, if you are facing problem with this setup.


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