IPsec VPN with FortiClient (Video)

In this video, you will allow remote users to access the corporate network using an IPsec VPN that they connect to using FortiClient for Mac OS X, Windows, or Android. Traffic to the Internet will also flow through the FortiGate, so that security scanning is applied.

In this example, FortiClient 5.4 for Mac OS X is used and FortiOS 5.4.1.

The recipe for this video is available here.

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Kayla Robinson

Kayla Robinson

Technical Writer at Fortinet
Kayla Robinson works in Ottawa as part of Fortinet's Technical Documentation and New Media team. With a Bachelor's degree from Carleton, and a graduate certificate in Technical Writing from Algonquin College, she enjoys creating FortiOS Cookbook videos.
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  • Luca Peppo

    Hello, This manual works perfectly but I have one question.

    I have 3 locations with 3 fortigate 90D.

    Class 1 location: 192.168.200.X
    Class 2 location: 192.168.150.X
    Class 3 location: 192.168.100.X

    I have configured the VPN site to site and I see all three networks.

    If I configure the VPN dialup -Forticlient: if I do it from home first, I only see the location 1 (and I can not even do the ping In other 2 seats), the same as if I configure the VPN dialup in the other two locations.

    In a nutshell: I can not see simultaneously the three locations.

    Thanks for your help