Connect to Sonicwall SSL VPN on Linux without NetExtender
Mar 12, 2020 SonicWALL SSL VPN 2.5 User's Guide • Using the NetExtender SSL-VPN client – The SonicWALL SSL-VPN se curity appliance includes an ActiveX-based SSL-VPN client for Window users. To connect using the SSL-VPN client, log into the portal, download the installer application and then launch the NetExtender connector to establish the SSL-VPN … Connect to Sonicwall SSL VPN on Linux without NetExtender
I am trying to connect to a SonicWall VPN using StrongSwan from Linux (Ubuntu). I can connect from a Windows Machine using the SonicWall Global VPN client, which uses a shared secret. Following are the instructions to connect using that client: mc21-colombia. In Linux I would use StrongSwan:
Tuxtrix: Install SonicWALL NetExtender VPN client in Ubuntu SonicWALL NetExtender is a software application that enables remote users to securely connect to the remote network. This application is essentially a VPN connection tool used to connect to a SonicWALL product e.g. a firewall, router etc. Dell provides a nice native Linux client to get the vpn working.
SonicWALL SSL VPN 2.5 User's Guide
1. NetExtender is the Sonicwall VPN client for desktops (as opposed to an always-on connection, to a satelite office for example). The client does have Linux builds available and works fairly well. If you have the SonicWall Virtual Office enabled on your appliance then you can download the client by going to https://your-sonicwall-public-ip:4433 and logging in with a regular (not "admin") user account.