Sonicwall Ssl Vpn Client For Mac

SonicWall SSL VPN NetExtender, Mac OSX and the Microsoft RDP client When connecting via NetExtender to a SonicWall SSL VPN appliance, RDP connections to a Windows Terminal Server may not work. It seems the Microsoft RDP client is launched instead of the SonicWall Java-based RDP client. SonicWALL’s SSL VPN features provide secure remote access to the network using the NetExtender client. NetExtender is an SSL VPN client for Windows, Mac, or Linux users that is downloaded transparently and that allows you to run any application securely on the company’s network. Sonicwall netextender free download - SSL-VPN NetExtender Adapter, SonicWALL Anti-Spam Desktop (32-bit version), SonicWALL VPN Adapter, and many more programs.

Sonicwall Netextender Vpn Client For Mac

You can setup a VPN connection between your Sonicwall TZ series device and your iOS devices using L2TP. However, it is a lot easier to setup and use the Sonicwall Mobile Connect if you have SSL VPN license(s) on your Sonicwall device. In terms of security, L2TP and SSL are pretty much the same as they both can use AES-256 encryption.


If you insisted on using L2TP for you iOS devices, go to sonicwall support page and search the following articles in their knowledge base.


UTM: Configuring L2TP Server on SonicOS Enhanced (SW5378)

Sonicwall Ssl Vpn Client For Mac

L2tp: Configuring iPod/iPad/iPhone L2TP Client to connect to SonicWALL UTM appliances (SW6579)


Also, when connecting L2TP clients to your Sonicwall L2TP server, make sure both location does not have the same IP subnet. For example, if your Sonicwall is sitting in your office which has a local subnet of 192.168.1.0 and your iOS devise is sitting at home connecting to your home wifi network with a subnet of 192.168.1.0. Connection will fail since your phone will not know which traffic goes where. This is one of the reason why a SSLVPN (Sonicwall Mobile Connect App) is more suitable for mobile use.


Sonicwall ssl vpn client for mac

Good luck.

Sonicwall Netextender Client For Mac

Mar 3, 2015 11:49 PM