Before you start setting up and testing your VPN connection make sure:
Note in the screenshots below we are using an organisation called Holden White as an example.
VPNs are managed through the iPad or iPhone settings so the first thing to do is tap Settings.
Make sure the General Settings are selected and tap VPN. If at this stage you don't have a VPN option, don't worry, you are probably using an earlier version of iOS - tap the Network option that should be shown instead and then tap VPN.
Next tap "Add VPN Configuration..."
Now we need to enter the VPN settings for 15 New Bridge Street as follows:
Once you have added your new VPN connection it will be listed for you to use, edit or make the default (if you have more than one VPN connection configured).
To test your VPN connection to 15 New Bridge Street, swipe the OFF option for VPN so that it is ON. The iPad/iPhone will now attempt to set up the VPN connecton and once completed, a timer will show.
You should now have access to the services, resources available such as an internal systems that are not accessible directly from the Internet.
When a VPN connection has been successfully established, a Connection timer will be shown under the VPN settings and there will also be a new VPN icon along the top.
When you wish to close your VPN connection (recommended when you have finished with the service it connects to), return the the VPN settings and swipe the VPN connection from ON to OFF.