Remote Access Portal

Getting Connected

You can stay connected from home, while traveling, and at sponsor and field sites by using one of APL's Remote Access options:

Cisco VPN

You can get to all of your APL files, tools, and applications using Cisco VPN. This option is available only when using an APL system.

To learn more, see the how-to videos.

Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN

With Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN, you can get to all of your APL files, tools, and applications when using an APL system. Get to basic services, like e-mail or E-Time, from any system using the web option.

To learn more, see the how-to videos.

** Important note for users migrating from Pulse Secure VPN to Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN: All realms (SES 24x7, SWSNet, and other special connections) have been added to Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN and are automatically applied by username. No additional action is required. **
The Pulse Secure VPN Suspend Feature (pause) is currently not available in Palo Alto GlobalProtect and is under review by the ITSD InfoSec team.

APL View

APL View is available from any APL or personal system or device and provides access to your APL files, tools, and applications. APL View utilizes virtual machine (VM) technology instead of a VPN connection, however, your HID token is still required for login. Type https://aplview.jhuapl.edu in any web browser.

Pulse Secure VPN

Choose from the login options below.

Basic Services
Log in from any system for basic services like e-mail and E-Time.

All Services
Log in from your APL system for access to your APL files, tools, and applications.

Remote Access Status

Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN is up: 1196 users connected

Cisco VPN is up: 1486 users connected

APL View is up: 12 users connected

Pulse Secure VPN is up: 344 users connected

As of 10/22/2021 12:21:31 AM

Announcement

If you are unable to connect to Cisco VPN, please use Pulse Secure VPN or Palo Alto GlobalProtect VPN.

Need help? Call the APL Help Desk at 443-778-HELP (x8-4357).