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Vids65
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« on: Friday 06 March 2015, 10:00:55 pm »

Hi,
Does anyone know if simultaneous VPN connections (more than one) can be established with the free Endian 3.0 Community?
Do I have to  the non free Endian UTM 3.0 Appliance in order to get multi simultaneous VPN connection?
Thanks,
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« Reply #1 on: Saturday 07 March 2015, 11:45:03 pm »

In the web page docs.endian.com/3.0/utm/vpn/server.html, section "Allow multiple connections from one account", is written:

"Normally, one client is allowed to connect from one location at a time. Selecting this option permits multiple client logins, even from different locations. However, when the same client is connect twice or more, the VPN firewall rules do not apply anymore."

It's very shame there is only one client at time that can be connected properly through VPN firewall...
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« Reply #2 on: Wednesday 27 May 2015, 07:42:29 pm »

In EFW 2.5, multiple logins from one account is working. I think it should work in 3.0 as well. If not working then as it states (in EFW 2.5), VPN firewall will NOT apply, so allow multiple ports by port forwarding them.

What I tried:
- If "multiple logins from one account" is enabled then each time vpn user connects to EFW, will be assigned different IP.
- If "multiple logins from one account" is disabled then each time vpn user connects to EFW, will be assigned the same IP. (in this scenario, a vpn user can connects multiple times but IP will be the same!!!???).

Note: Tested in LAN environment only.
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