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Fortigate Client not connecting after phase 1

Posted on 2014-12-05
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When attempting to connect the FortiClient, the Fortigate logs show phase 1 succeeding and then being deleted. The client shows a generic error message. Logs from the client are attached
forticlient.log
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Question by:lmindlin
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Main thing I see in your logs is this:
status=negotiate_error No response from the peer

Is that the correct IP you have and is VPN enabled for the IP and allowed at the firewall level?
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