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IPsec Client Configuration, continued

Step 6: Configure the "To LAN" Authentication Method

  1. Select the Authentication Methods tab, then click the Add button. The Edit Authentication Method Properties window shown in Figure 13 will open.
  2. Select the Use this string (preshared key) radio button, then enter your alpha-numeric string into the text box (the example uses "7n7eq8*").
  3. Click OK to close the window and your Authentication Methods tab should look like Figure 14.

Authentication Method Properties

Figure 13: Authentication Method Properties
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Authentication Methods

Figure 14: Authentication Methods
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Step 7: Configure the "To LAN" Tunnel setting.

  1. Select the Tunnel Setting tab and enter the WAN IP address of the remote VPN endpoint router. (In this example, the SX41's WAN IP is set to 192.168.3.254 as shown in Figure 15).

 

Step 8: Verify the "To LAN" Connection Type.

  1. Select the Connection Type tab and check that the All network connections radio button is selected.

"To LAN" Tunnel Setting

Figure 15: "To LAN" Tunnel Setting
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Step 9: Save the "To LAN" rule.

  1. This completes the "To LAN" Rule configuration. Click the Close button to return to the wirelessvpn Properties window shown in Figure 16.

IP Security Policy Properties

Figure 16: IP Security Policy Properties
with completed rules

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