On 10/19/16 07:18, Ed Greshko wrote:
> On 10/18/16 22:10, John Horne wrote:
>> I am trying to connect my Fedora 24 laptop to a Fortinet SSL VPN
>> service using NetworkManager. I have
>> installed openfortivpn, NetworkManager-fortisslvpn and NetworkManager-
>> fortisslvpn-gnome. However, using KDE, clicking on the networks icon on
>> the toolbar, and then the 'Configure network connections...' icon shows
>> my devices and connections. If I click on 'Add', under 'VPN' it shows
>> VPN types openconnect, vpnc and openswan, but nothing about Fortinet.
>> As anyone got this working and created a connection to a Fortinet
>> device using NetworkManager?
> I don't use that VPN type.
> But I installed those packages and noted
> 1. The VPN type does not appear in KDE as you've said.
> 2. The VPN type does appear in GNOME.
> So, I guess you should file a bugzilla.
I think I may see the "issue".
For all the other VPNs there are packages such as...
There isn't a
You're Welcome Zachary Quinto
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