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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/16 18:20:19 (permalink)
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Hi.
 
I need some different VPN, actually i have de forticlient connection over the fortigate, do i need to config cisco remote VPN over the fortigate unit?.
 
Thank you so much. 
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/16 18:31:28 (permalink)
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Hi Guys!
 
The same thing happing here. Using Mac OS Big Sur (version 11.0.1 20B29), in MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2018) SSL VPN IPSEC don't work anymore. I'm using FortiClient version 6.4.1.1267. Trying native Apple Ipsec implementation (Cisco IPSEC) and, unfortunately, don't work too. SSL VPN still works. Does anyone know when we will have a new FortiClient version? 100% compatible with Mac OS Big Sur? Does anyone have any tips that worked to make IPSEC work? 


Did you configure your IPSec VPN with Phase 1 - Local ID? When I tried native CISCO IPSec VPN, it did not work for VPN which is configured without Phase 1 - Local ID. Modify your VPN configuration with Phase 1 - Local ID and give it as 'Group Name'(which will be the option below the Shared Secret) while configuring the native VPN.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/16 19:01:29 (permalink)
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Hi All,
 
I went through the same issue and here is how to setup the whole thing to make it works with MacOS 11 natively:
 
1- You need to create a new VPN Tunnel iOS native
>> You will not be able to connect if you only have the Client VPN on the fortinet end
>> If you don't have access to the fortinet router, ask your administrator
2- Go through the setup, and uncheck the Split Tunnel option
3- Setup a new Cisco IPsec VPN with your info into your network settings on your Mac
 
Voila.
 
Wish that helps
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/16 23:10:30 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby oskrvas 2020/11/19 08:04:41
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Kiran
 
Did you configure your IPSec VPN with Phase 1 - Local ID? When I tried native CISCO IPSec VPN, it did not work for VPN which is configured without Phase 1 - Local ID. Modify your VPN configuration with Phase 1 - Local ID and give it as 'Group Name'(which will be the option below the Shared Secret) while configuring the native VPN.

You can add Local ID in native Mac OS VPN client (type: Cisco). Just click Authentication settings and type your LocalID in the Group Name field.

post edited by kcerb - 2020/11/16 23:16:06

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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/16 23:52:49 (permalink)
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HI,
 
we have the same problem, the FortiClient connect, but no Traffic through the VPN.
We are using only the FortiClient, because we are not supporting the connection without FortiClient.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/17 02:26:30 (permalink)
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same here, that's why I changed my vpn sevvice. 
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/17 07:05:46 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby oskrvas 2020/11/19 08:05:19
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Kiran
 
Did you configure your IPSec VPN with Phase 1 - Local ID? When I tried native CISCO IPSec VPN, it did not work for VPN which is configured without Phase 1 - Local ID. Modify your VPN configuration with Phase 1 - Local ID and give it as 'Group Name'(which will be the option below the Shared Secret) while configuring the native VPN.

You can add Local ID in native Mac OS VPN client (type: Cisco). Just click Authentication settings and type your LocalID in the Group Name field.



This solved the problem for me. I made an account just to say thanks. Once I filled out the Group Name I was connected. Hopefully my company supports the newer version of Fortinet in the future, but I'm happy to use the built-in VPN for now. 
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/17 09:08:33 (permalink)
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Alexander Mueller
HI,
 
we have the same problem, the FortiClient connect, but no Traffic through the VPN.
We are using only the FortiClient, because we are not supporting the connection without FortiClient.


I suppose most of them have no other alternative, including the use of standard settings. 
Therefore, we raised this topic.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/17 18:13:28 (permalink)
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Hi,
 
Same case, After the bigsur os update I was unable to receive traffic in forticlient even I was able to login. In case a fix has been made please share. I was not able work because of this. Its frustrating
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/18 00:09:47 (permalink)
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please everyone with this issue open a support ticket with Fortinet or let your FortiGate admin do this. also contact your Fortinet sales contact about this.
 
this is a nice place to see other solutions, but a load of support tickets, internal contact will cause more attention and help.
post edited by boneyard - 2020/11/18 00:11:42
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/18 00:12:57 (permalink)
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boneyard
a load of support tickets, internal contact will cause more attention and help.

great words!
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/18 04:33:52 (permalink)
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I'm seeing the same on 6.4.1.1267... IPSec VPN connects successfully but I can't access anything once connected. 


I tried 6.4.1.1267 and 6.2.8.774 Same behavior. Login with IPSec and Token successful. It seems to be connected. But not really working.

To use Native Mac Client with Cisco Ipsec is no option, because not allowed by our Admin.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/18 13:39:55 (permalink)
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Same exact problem. I know that FortiClient uses a now-deprecated system extension that is no longer supported in macOS as of Big Sur. I think it's probably on Fortinet to update their software and system extension.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/19 04:30:45 (permalink)
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Hi, same for me: Forticlient connects but transmits no data. The built-in Cisco IPsec VPN of Big Sur says that: VPN Server is not answering. Hopefully Fortinet comes fast with updated version for Big Sur!
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/19 07:47:35 (permalink)
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Hi!
I'm having the same issues, does anyone have a solution for this yet? Please, i use VPN for my work.
 
Thanks
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/19 21:35:25 (permalink)
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oskrvas
Hi!
I'm having the same issues, does anyone have a solution for this yet? Please, i use VPN for my work.
 
Thanks


No one has a solution. The manufacturer must provide a solution. If the server is authorized by admins, then you can use the standard apple VPN.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/11/27 06:40:50 (permalink)
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IPsec VPN is not working!!!
I configured SSL-VPN and is working ok.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/12/10 12:51:14 (permalink)
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 I have the same issue with Fortinet VPN client failing after Mac BIGSUR update.  Tried updating to latest version of fortinet VPN client - still not working.  The firewall has not changed and my Windows 10 PC can connect OK so problem is with Mac client.  I configured the Mac native Cisco IPSEC client as advised above (THANKS for this advice) with user ID, group ID, and shared secret and the native mac IPSEC client connects OK however I still can't ping or RDP to any servers inside the network so something is not right as I can only browse the Internet with the VPN.  I seem to recall that with the fortinet VPN client I had disabled split tunneling but I am not sure how that works with the native Mac client (or if that is set on firewall or client) so maybe this is relevant.  Any suggestions are appreciated.
post edited by autobahn97 - 2020/12/10 13:45:24
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/12/11 18:23:34 (permalink)
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Hey there!
 
Yeah I'm on Big Sur now too! I didn't have any problems with anything fortinet relatetd. I don't have any IPSec VPNS in my client though, only SSL.
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Re: MacOS Big Sur Fortclient VPN IPSec issues 2020/12/13 11:30:35 (permalink)
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Same Issue here.
version 6.4.1.0447 connect to the server at the office, but no traffic
Version 6.4.4         connection give error 104
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