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Cisco IOS SSL VPN is ranked 10th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 10 reviews while SonicWall Netextender is ranked 11th in Enterprise Infrastructure VPN with 8 reviews. Cisco IOS SSL VPN is rated 8.8, while SonicWall Netextender is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of Cisco IOS SSL VPN writes "An excellent brand with good support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of SonicWall Netextender writes "Hard to set up with lag issues and unhelpful technical support". Cisco IOS SSL VPN is most compared with F5 BIG-IP Access Policy Manager (APM), Pulse Connect Secure, Fortinet FortiClient, Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks and Zyxel VPN Client, whereas SonicWall Netextender is most compared with SonicWall Connect Tunnel, OpenVPN Access Server, SonicWall Mobile Connect, Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client and AWS Direct Connect. See our Cisco IOS SSL VPN vs. SonicWall Netextender report.
SonicWALL SSL VPN NetExtender is a software application for Windows users that enables remote users to securely connect to the remote network. With NetExtender, remote users can securely run any application on the remote network. Users can upload and download files, mount network drives, and access resources as if they were on the local network. The NetExtender connection uses a Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) connection. You must have a SonicWALL firewall to be able to utilize this vpn software.
I can login to the portal successfully, however, when I click on the Netextnder link, I get an error that it can't find the file. If I try to download the .exe from the portal, I get a page can't be found error message. The default port was 4433, but I am using 4444.
Go to that page, the follow the directions to log in to the Beta site as a guest (username is "demo", password is "password" - as provided on the page), then click the large NetExtender button, which will initiate a download of the latest .tgz file.
I'm not sure if this is model specific but where I work we have an Aventail WorkPlace SonicWall VPN. When you put the hostname that you use to connect to it into a browser it takes you to a page that has links where you can download client software to connect to the VPN box. From here there are links to down Linux VPN client software.
I wrote up on my blog about this as well, -up-aventail-vpn-software-on-linux-fedoracentosrhel/. I included some screenshots in that post of the various pages where you can download the Aventail VPN client software.
In case it is still useful.Where I work Connect Tunnel is used, try the connection with NetExtender without success, thanks to this answer browse the demos until you find a link where the installer that was mentioned in other pages "ConnectTunnel-Linux64.tar" is downloaded -demo.com/workplace/access/home there will download a .jar, unzip and follow the steps -linux.translated by Google
The latter package requires that /etc/resolv.conf is a symlink to /run/systemd/resolve/resolv.conf. However, when netextender connects to my VPN, it will overwrite /etc/resolv.conf and replace it with a standalone file. After disconnecting from the VPN, sometimes a static version of /etc/resolv.conf remains, and systemd-resolved doesn't work to resolve .local mDNS addresses. (Typically, I've just tested now, and the symlink was restored, but it contained the additional nameservers and search domains for my VPN, so DNS stopped working).
Has anyone else come across this issue and have any suggestions for making netextender (or is it pppd?) play nicer with systemd-resolved? I'll probably open a support ticket with SonicWall on this, would that be the best place to report this?
Yes, there is a Sonicwall NetExtender client that is available for download from sonicwalls website. I use it all the time. Once installed just type netExtender (case sensitive) from the command line and you will be prompted for your creds.
I too, the same stage now. I did'nt tried OpenSwan VPN. How ever net extender won't help in my case. As per my knowledge we have to configure NetExtender in sonicwall device in-order to use NetExtender client
Global VPN ClientEasy-to-follow wizards help users install and configure a VPN connection quickly and easily. IPSec VPN users simply enter the domain name or IP address of the Dell SonicWALL VPN gateway and the Global VPN Client configuration policy is automatically downloaded.
SonicWall VPN Clients offer a flexible easy-to-use, easy-to-manage Virtual Private Network (VPN) solution that provides distributed and mobile users with secure, reliable remote access to corporate assets via broadband, wireless and dial-up connections. For remote client-to-host secure access, SonicWall offers both SSL VPN and IPSec VPN connectivity options. For SSL VPN, SonicWall NetExtender provides thin client connectivity and clientless Web-based remote access for Windows, Windows Mobile, Mac and Linux-based systems. For IPSec VPN, SonicWall Global VPN Client enables the client system to download the VPN client for a more traditional client-based VPN experience.
As we already discussed, we will verify the configuration on both the Bookmark and NetExtender Client. So, we need to download and Install the SonicWall NetExtender client. Visit MySonicWall Portal and Download the NetExtender Windows Client. Upon successfully download, install the NetExtender client on the system. It will look like the below image: 2b1af7f3a8