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Are there any plans or a timeline for an SSL VPN client for Apple Mac?

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L5 Sessionator

Hello,

Support for SSL VPN on the Mac is slated for the end of this year.

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L5 Sessionator

Hello,

Support for SSL VPN on the Mac is slated for the end of this year.

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Good thing I only have 1 Mac user that needs remote access, then!  We're using VNC as a workaround, I wonder if there is an IPSec method to connect him?

You may have found the best workaround using the VNC.  We don't support an IPSec client for remote users. 

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just been released in PANos 3.1.4 and version 1.2 of the ssl vpn client...

still testing right now, but at least its a start....

I found out it is really there for OSX, but on my MacBook Pro (64 bit) I get an error that the NetConnect cannot install.

Is there some JAVA issue blocking it?

It's not available until the end of the year.

Hi There,

Just to clarify - MAC OS-X Support is indeed there in PANOS 3.1.4 and SSL VPN Client 1.2.0 as stated above.  The kernel currently supported is 32-bit.  64-bit support will be a future enhancement.                

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it's out now...you need to be running 3.1.4 od PANOS and the 1.2 version of the SSL client.

works fine..

the "gui" from the icon you get on OSX that sits in the menu bar sometimes gives some funny output lik e its no connected, but it is actually, so test connectivity rather than relying on what the netconnect client says.

I'm a root user on my laptop, so I haven't had any issues installing..

just to clarify.... as i missed that bit in your earlier post...

i am NOT running 64bit kernel and extensions...

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