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Location of SSL VPN client for Linux

Hello, does anyone know the location for SSL VPN client for Linux? I am using Redhat 6.  Reading page 38/57 fortigate-sslvpn-54.pdf, ( can see that:

If the client computer runs Linux or Mac OS X,the user needs to download the tunnel mode client application from the Fortinet Support web site. See the Release Notes for your FortiOS firmware for the specific operating system versions that are supported. The remote user must use the standalone tunnel client application.

I cannot find it. Please let me know if anyone is aware of it. thanks

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Go here:


Select FortiGate and navigate to:


You will find these files for Linux:

forticlientsslvpn_linux_4.4.2323.tar.gz sslvpnclient32pkg_4.4.2323.tar.gz sslvpnclient64pkg_4.4.2323.tar.gz



@jensmartin, thanks for your reply. directed me to the homepage of support: Do I need to have an account with Fortinet first? That's my guessing.

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Yes bro You should have account in support.fortinet Under that ur registered devices would be shown. And in that url u will find a download option. To download the client. So check with the vendor from whom u purchased device. He might be having credentials
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Same problem here. I am a Fedora 23 user and I didn't find the .RPM packages to update mine (I am using the 4.0.2281 release). I just found some .deb packages in other 3rd party websites, not in the official one (

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