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MacOS Sierra VIA cannot connect

Hi,

I have installed "via" to my macbook pro computer running on MacOS Sierra. I'm trying to connect border.metu.edu.tr. The internet connection is my wireless internet in home. I see "Untrusted network" in the main screen of via, and cannot connect to the remote server. I can connect with a windows running desktop with the same wireless network and with the same settings.

Do you have any advice rgarding to my problem?

Thanks.

Guru Elite

Re: MacOS Sierra Wireless Access

What version of VIA are you using on the mac?

 


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Re: MacOS Sierra Wireless Access

Hello, I am using ver. 3.0.2

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Re: MacOS Sierra Wireless Access

Ok.

 

Find out what your public internet address is where your mac osx via client is.  Go to the controller and type "show datapath session table <public ip address>" and see if there is any traffic coming from your client when you try to start the connection.


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Re: MacOS Sierra Wireless Access

Hi, Maybe a simple question but how can i open the controller? The following images i have only in the screen.

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Re: MacOS Sierra Wireless Access

You should really reach out to your university's IT department.


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