I am trying to connect to a Windows based SSTP VPN network. I am using OS X Yosemite, I was wondering if there is any solution that can allow me to connect to a SSTP based VPN.
For the record, I have already tried using EasyVPN, iSSTP, iSSTP2. all of which failed to connect, and they all seem to be not supported anymore.klanomath
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The sstp-client works for me. It is a command-line program. I installed it using the homebrew command:
Please check my answer here - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40590806/windows-sstp-vpn-connect-from-mac/40590807#40590807
There I explained how I connect Mac to Windows SSTP (probably threads should be merged)
Your best bet is iSSTP - a SSTP client for Mac OS X.
Pptp On Mac
This is a sstp GUI client for Mac, use a modified sstp-client as backend which support server-name TLS extension. Some servers(ex: *.vpnazure.net) require server-name, otherwise the sstp connection will be rejected.
The reason for being the best bet is that this is the only one (to my knowledge) SSTP client for Mac up to now.
Mac Pptp Vpn Client Sierra
I think you will find Tunnelblick will do it without any problems. It's well supported and has good documentation on the site.
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