Mar 12, Click here for support on SonicWall products, services and solutions. Ask a question or enter a search term on this page. Dec 14, The SSL VPN | Client Settings page allows the administrator to configure the client address range information and NetExtender client settings, the most important being where If Pings are Timing Out it's advisable to perform a Packet Monitor on the SonicWall to determine what is happening to the traffic. Our VPN clients include Mobile Connect, NetExtender, Connect Tunnel and Global VPN Client. View them here. Download client from app store. Google Badge. Google · Windows Badge. Windows · Apple iTunes Badge. Apple iTunes · Chrome Badge. Chrome · Amazon Kindle Badge. Amazon Kindle.
How to install a NetExtender client and connect to the SonicWall SSL VPN. Oct 8, If your SSL-VPN appliance is running firmware, then on Windows , XP, and Vista systems the logged-in user must have administrative rights to be able to install ActiveX-based components such as NetExtender, and it will not be possible to run NetExtender on systems where you do not have. Oct 3, Description. SSL VPN or Netextender enables us to access the corporate SonicWall LAN subnets over the Internet with secure VPN tunnel. Sometimes the SonicWall LAN subnet and the client's IP on which the NetExtender is installed overlap and in such scenario accessing SonicWall LAN resources is not.
Feb 1, Login with a Local or LDAP User who belongs to the SSLVPN Services Group. Select Click here to download Windows Netextender Client. Once downloaded, move onto the Installing Netextender step below. Image. Installing Netextender. Install the application: Install the application. Installation Completed. Connecting to a Sonicwall SSL VPN using Windows Without Needing the Sonicwall NetExtender Client. Here's an easy way to connect to a Sonicwall SSL VPN using Windows 10 (also works in ) without needing the Sonicwall NetExtender client (which won't install completely on Windows 10). The example below is. SSL VPN > Client Settings. SSLVPN Client Address Range section: Interface: X0 (normally your LAN interface); NetExtender Start IP and NetExtender End IP: IP address range within above interface, but not clashing with DHCP range (and any static IP addresses) on your target network. DNS Server: Your DNS Server.