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Barracuda SSL VPN

What do the Network Connector Client Indicator lights mean on my Barracuda SSL-VPN unit?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: 8 years ago

Solution #00005651


Scope:
This solution applies to all Barracuda SSL-VPN units, all firmware versions.

Answer:
When using Network Connector on Windows, it is possible to see the current status of the client connection by observing the Network Connector client icon on the task bar. This appears as two computers with a globe. The status of the connection is indicated by the color of the monitors on the computers:
 
Red Monitors - The client is not connected to the SSL-VPN server.
 
Yellow Monitors - The client is attempting to connect to the Network Connector Server Interface.
 
Green Monitors - The client has successfully connected to the Server Interface.
 
 
Additional Notes:
On a Macintosh system a Network card icon is used in place of the computers, the following indicators are used:
 
Grey Card - The client is not connected to the SSL VPN server.
 
Grey/Green Flashing Card with Hourglass - The client is attempting to connect to the Network Connector Server Interface.
 
Green Card - The client has successfully connected to the Server Interface


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