Softlayer Standalone client
Standalone SSL VPN clients for Windows, Linux, and OSX Windows 8 (32/64) / 7 (32/64) / Vista (32/64) / XP (32) 32-bit: http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/ArrayNetworksL3VPN_WIN.zip 64-bit: http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/ArrayNetworksL3VPN_WIN64.zip 1. Download one of the above files, run, and follow the instructions. 2. Once installed, click on the 'L3VPN Connect' icon to launch program. 3. Click Profiles and click New. 4. Add a VPN device depending on your location. 5. Fill in name, site, username, and password then click save. 6. Double click on the profile to connect. NOTE: 'Site' may be either a domain name or IP address. NOTE: If you have any issues, uninstall any Arrray programs via the Windows control panel, run the below cleanup application, *reboot*, then reconnect. NOTE: Does not work on Windows 8 RT Cleanup Tool: http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/Windows-ArrayNetworksL3VPN-CleanupTool.zip Logger: http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/Windows-ArrayNetworksL3VPN-logger.zip Linux standalone client Linux (32/64) - Redhat, Ubuntu, Fedora, Suse binary: http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/ArrayNetworksL3VPN_LINUX.zip 1. Rename it - 'mv ArrayNetworksL3VPN_LINUX.zip ArrayNetworksL3VPN_LINUX.bin'. 2. Make it executable - 'sudo chmod +x ArrayNetworksL3VPN_LINUX.bin' 3. Run it - 'sudo ArrayNetworksL3VPN_LINUX.bin' which will produce the 'array_vpnc'. 4. Launch it - './array_vpnc -hostname [site] -username [username] -passwd [password]' 5. To stop it - [control-c or a similar command break sequence] NOTE: To start L3VPN client, you must input at least the hostname and username as arguments. NOTE: 'site' may be either a domain name or IP address. MAC OSX standalone client OSX (32/64) binary - http://speedtest.dal05.softlayer.com/array/ArrayNetworksL3VPN_MAC.zip 1. Unzip files and locate the directory 'ArraySSLVPN' 2. Run installer 'install' 3. Installer should come back with 'Install Finish' 4. You can them run the application called 'ArraySSL VPN' that has an 'A' icon. (You can move the application into your Applications folder to make it easier to find is you wish) 5. Click Profile and click create. 6. Fill in name, site, username, and password then click save. 7. Double click on the profile and it should connect. NOTE: you must enable 'Allow apps downloaded from: Anywhere' under your System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General settings NOTE: 'site' may be either a domain name or IP address. Last edited by rmoseley; 01-28-2014, 02:44 PM.