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  • I cannot talk for you @crauner , but know that it's not always better on the other side. I'm working with 2 other brands and certainly each brand has it's pro's and con's. If it may be of importance, here are the big pro's of WatchGuard when I compare the 3 brands I'm working with: * Firmware reliability/stability:…
  • Hi Dave, For what it's worth, I might have found a way outside WatchGuard's features to see the latency between clients & servers. If you have clients connecting to Windows servers, the Resource monitor of the server shows latency in the network tab, TCP connections part. Clearly it's not a measurement between the VPN…
  • While I do understand that testing before deployment is necessary, I do agree with others here that other security vendors have been faster with communication and mitigation, regarding this matter. Of course, patching the server is the best way, but in cases like service providers in charge of patching many customer…
  • Hi @James_Carson , I'm not sure that we're talking about the same. What I'd like to see is that I can add Radius/LDAP/AD groups as guest administrators, instead of adding user by user as an administrator. Kind regards, Thibaud
  • Hi @James_Carson , I'm using the feature on the firewall itself. Greetings!
  • Hi @James_Carson ! No specific use case. It's just that I read a bit about this and appears to be more performant then other vpn types. WatchGuard's current SSL VPN is actually slower than for example IKEv2 and I thought it might be an idea to have a WireGuard client instead of the SSL VPN client, so it gets more…
  • Hi @James_Carson ! No specific use case. It's just that I read a bit about this and appears to be more performant then other vpn types. WatchGuard's current SSL VPN is actually slower than for example IKEv2 and I thought it might be an idea to have a WireGuard client instead of the SSL VPN client, so it gets more…
  • That's because you probably have this domain under "active directory" too. Not sure if you can use both Radius and AD at the same time, but if you can configure Radius, I don't think there's a need to have the active directory set up on your box, anymore. Don't forget there's a procedure to follow to activate NPS/Radius on…