If everyone who hasn't had VPN "since update 22.20.1.69 "connection failure" error" wrote a brief review, at the web pages of vendors that sell this product, that their VPN hasn't worked since January, that is a way to complain. Start with the biggest vendors that allow you to review the product.

Jul 05, 2018 Weird TLS error - Avaya: IP Office - Tek-Tips Oh yeah, that's the SSL VPN client in the IPO for remote support. If onboarded and registered properly - and I'm not explicitly familiar with the mechanics of the connection, but presumably a certificate would be generated by Avaya in that process that needs to be loaded in your IPO and that would permit Avaya to connect to your box for support. (macOS) Release Notes | FortiClient 6.2.0 | Fortinet Bug ID. Description. 482160: FortiClient (macOS) SSL VPN split tunneling does not work for DNS resolution. SSL custom DNS replaced system DNS. 512247: FortiClient (macOS) does not show full details of on-net/online status. 514648: FortiClient (macOS) IPsec cannot reach resource in split tunnel if there is more than one subset. 515402: FortiClient (macOS) SSL VPN

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VPN-not working since update 22.20.1.69 "connection Mar 10, 2017 Tunnel to Microsoft Azure fails to come - Cisco Community In the configuration, The transform set is "crypto ipsec ikev1 transform-set azure-ipsec-proposal-set esp-aes-256 esp-sha-hmac " and the proxy IDs are object-group named "onprem-networks " on your side and "azure-networks " on remote side.proxy IDs are defined in the crypto acl as the following: access-list azure-vpn-acl extended permit ip object-group onprem-networks object-group azure-networks

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Jul 05, 2018 Weird TLS error - Avaya: IP Office - Tek-Tips Oh yeah, that's the SSL VPN client in the IPO for remote support. If onboarded and registered properly - and I'm not explicitly familiar with the mechanics of the connection, but presumably a certificate would be generated by Avaya in that process that needs to be loaded in your IPO and that would permit Avaya to connect to your box for support. (macOS) Release Notes | FortiClient 6.2.0 | Fortinet