LOL who in their right mind demands PPTP server and WHY ? PPTP = no
security whatsoever as it uses MS-CHAPv2 and using any other auth
mechanism is not supported by tha majority of PPTP clients out there.
macOS 10.12 has completly removed support for ...
Since you're actually using the FortiClient, why not use SSL VPN instead
of IPsec ? Also, if your client is actually an iOS or OS X device, you
wouldn't even need the Forticleint since the OS has built in support for
Cisco style client IPsec VPN.
neonbit wrote:FortiOS 5.4 has an enhancement to device identification
called 'active device identification'. It allows you to actively scan
devices that can't be determined by passive means using the
vulnerability scan engine. I've tested the beta in...
Hi natech, Options 1 is a bit complicated to implement and Option 2 is a
no go due to a critical bug in FortiClient that kernelpanics OS X
randomly. That leaves Option 3. My clients are already on their own
separate VLANS (wifi corp, wifi guest, LAN ...
ruanbatista wrote: Hi Chris, I tested " Detect and Identify Devices" and
it worked fine. On " Device Definition" shows all devices that pass
through appliance, display the informations as SO, IP, MAC, Hostname. It
display for you? Did you have to mak...
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