UTM’s VPN service is available to faculty and staff who require access to the UTM network resources while working off campus. For more information, visit the UTM VPN knowledgebase articles below:

ITS Preparedness – Information Technology Services Dynamic internet protocol (IP) addresses are automatically assigned. To connect, you must install the Cisco AnyConnect software onto your computer. Once installed, connect via: general.vpn.utoronto.ca and sign into the “UTORvpn” group with your UTORid. eToken is not required. Click here for more information. Off campus access - Chemistry - University of Toronto May 21, 2020 Computing Services - Department of Mechanical & Industrial

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Virtual Private Network (VPN) - University of Toronto Virtual Private Network (VPN) The CSLab VPN servers are our recommended way to access CSLab resources when off-campus. They provides direct access to the CSLab network, including the whole range of CSLab resources, including Samba and the CSLab mail server. In other words, the same settings that you use at CSLab will work from home.

Defend against threats, no matter where they are. With Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), you can prevent noncompliant devices from accessing the network.You can gain secure remote access with Duo's multi-factor authentication (MFA) for verifying user identities. And with Cisco Umbrella Roaming, you can extend protection when users are off the VPN.

UTORvpn | University of Toronto Libraries Anyone wanting to use UTORvpn should use the AnyConnect client. UTORvpn is restricted to faculty, staff, and students. It creates a direct connection to U of T's network, giving your computer a University IP address. Installing and Connecting with the AnyConnect client for Windows University of Toronto