I have a partially working SSLVPN setup between 2 fortinets.The tunnel
itself comes up fine.What I'd like to be able to do, is route packets
from/through the main router, to a subnet that is BEHIND the
client.eg:desktop -> MainFGT <-VPNSSL <- subFGT ...
proprietary vs open standard means nothing to the argument.transport
protocol means nothing to the argument.At some point, the VPN solution
has to interface with the kernel, to transfer the encapsulated IP
packets into the network stack.The coder the...
Since you ask: yes I know of at least one solution that works in our
exact location and situation:OpenVPN.Its mostly thought of as a
server-base solution, and its how we will have to use it.But there are a
few routers that can handle being openvpn cl...
@gfleming wrote:....It makes no mention of allowing the reverse traffic
initiated from behind the VPN Server to be able to reach endpoints
behind the client. .... It's the same as having a home user connect to
the VPN using their PC. There's no way t...
Hi Graham,unfortunately, that does not help me.I already have a working
sslvpn connection. I was asking about routing to the client.That doc
only addresses routing to the server side.As I mentioned, What I'd like
to be able to do, is route packets fr...
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