[AusNOG] Client VPN Solutions

Dmitry Konchanin dmitry.konchanin at dtsanz.com
Mon Sep 28 18:09:22 EST 2020

Forticlient can do multifactor to some extend. There are pretty 
expensive "branded" token based option, built-in email-to-sms and 
ability to use basically any time of MFA via Radius. And no any 
additional costs/licenses, all comes with  a box. (except tokens).

It's still probably less flexible than dedicated VPN devices (like 
Pulse), but if it fits requirements then for sure price effective.

Kind regards,
Dmitry Konchanin

On 28/09/2020 5:37 pm, John Cenile wrote:
> G'day Noggers,
> I was hoping to get some recommendations on VPN solutions people out 
> there are using.
> Currently we're using a Cisco ASA with the AnyConnect client, however 
> we have found it to be quite limiting in some of the things we want to 
> do (such as built in multifactor, restricting resources to groups, and 
> the throughput of the device itself).
> Our main requirements are:
>   * Self hosted / on-premise appliance
>   * Multifactor support (preferably Google Authenticator)
>   * Windows, Mac, and iPhone clients
> I'm also looking at the Fortinet FortiClient software, but it looks 
> very similar to AnyConnect, so I don't have high hopes for it. I'm 
> also looking into the Business OpenVPN product.
> Any other suggestions / recommendations would be great.
> John Cenile
> Github <https://github.com/john30>
> Twitter <https://twitter.com/cenilejohn>
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