Enable SSL VPN on Sonicwall

Recently, I was asked to enable SSL VPN on a Sonic wall TZ210 Firewall, I have done this before but always end up forgetting some thing or other, so this time decided to document the process for myself and for you all. To begin with Sonicwall supports three kind of VPN’s VPN : This is the basic one (without SSL) and to connect to it we use the Global VPN Client (GVC)  Download Here SSL VPN: This is the more secured VPN option which is encrypted channel and we use the Netextender client to connect to it. Download Here IPSec tunnel or Site to Site tunnel:  This is not a user VPN setup and more of a organisation wide VPN, if you have two offices and you want them to feel like in same LAN for file server access or any other server access.  Then we can install one sonic wall at each office and establish an IPsec VPN tunnel between them to achieve the result.   In this article we are specifically talking about how to enable the second one, i.e. SSL VPN to be used by a NetExtender client, so lets get started 1) Login to your Sonic wall device with Admin credentials, On left hand side vertical Menu, Click Server settings under SSL VPN Here you can change the SSL VPN port if needed, the default is 4433, enable network (by clicking on them) on which the client will have access to, usually LAN is enough. Step 2: Click on Portal settings on the left Menu, Just match the settings are like this below, No real...