SonicWall Mobile Connect™ provides users full network-level access to corporate and academic resources over encrypted SSL VPN connections. The client provides anytime, anywhere access to critical applications such as email, virtual desktop sessions and other macOS applications.
SonicWall Mobile Connect is a free app, but requires a concurrent user license on one of the following SonicWall solutions in order to function properly:
• SonicWall Next-Generation Firewall appliances including the TZ, NSA, and SuperMassive running SonicOS 188.8.131.52 or higher.
• Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 Series appliances, formerly called SonicWALL Secure Remote Access (SRA), running 8.1 or higher.
• Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 1000 Series appliances, formerly called E-Class Secure Remote Access (SRA), running 11.4 or higher.
For more information on SonicWall Secure Mobile Access and Next-Generation Firewall solutions, please visit www.sonicwall.com.
• Dark mode support
• Bug fixes
See the release notes on the SonicWall web site for more information.
Ratings and Reviews
Soho on 184.108.40.206 firmware iOS 10.2.1. Since update after disconnecting from VPN status will continue to say disconnecting even when force closing app. Have to restart phone to make it usable again. Works great while using though.
Ongoing issue with VPN over IPv6
If you use the app with T-Mobile as your cell data provider (because they adopted IPv6) , once VPN is established you can’t RDP connect to any local host using IPv4 IP address, ONLY using hostname. And for that to work you need to add rules for NETBIOS traffic from sslvpn to lan.
I have reported this issue to SonicWall 2 YEARS (!!!) ago, was told they are aware and promised it will be fixed within next release yet it still doesn’t work.
We’ve been loyal SonicWall customer for many years, deployed their appliances to many clients, but sometime it makes me wondering why Dell got rid of SonicWall brand so quickly after acquiring it few years back...
IOS 12 broke it? Reinstall it.
After installing iOS 12, iOS indicated that the app needed to be updated by the developer and that it is not approved to create a VPN. Deleting and reinstalling it fixed the issue. It’s odd that the app did not automatically get set to be updated like the other 32 apps that did when I installed iOS12. 🤷♂️
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.