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Client VPN from public hotspots - port issues

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Client VPN from public hotspots - port issues

I'm hoping someone might have some suggestions. We're finding that the client VPN is often not useful in the exact situation we want it in, when connecting from public hotspots. The cause appears to be that more and more of the coffee shops, transit terminals, etc are blocking udp ports entirely and often only allowing ports 80 and 443. 

 

Is there a way to configure the client VPN to communicate over 443? Without this the VPN is rather useless.

 

Thanks

 

Jason

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Re: Client VPN from public hotspots - port issues

facing the same problem here. So also interested in a solution... 

 

Thanks,

 

LD

Kind of a big deal

Re: Client VPN from public hotspots - port issues

There is no way to change the ports being used by the client VPN.

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