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IPsec Client Configuration, continued

Step 10: Verify the "From LAN" Rule Properties

  1. Starting at the wirelessvpn Properties window, select the "From LAN" security rule and click the Edit button.
  2. Verify that the IP Filter List tab has the "From LAN" radio button selected (Figure 17). You can use the Edit buttons and verify that the settings are the ones programmed in Step 4.
  3. Select the Filter Action tab and verify that the settings are the ones programmed in Step 5.
  4. Select the Authentication Methods tab and verify that the settings are the ones programmed in Step 6.

"From LAN" Security Rule Properties

Figure 17: "From LAN" Security Rule Properties
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Step 11: Configure the "From LAN" Tunnel setting.

  1. Select the Tunnel Setting tab and enter the IP address of the computer that you are configuring the IPsec policy on. (In this example, the computer's IP address is 192.168.3.149). Figure 18 shows the completed tab.

Step 12: Verify the "From LAN" Connection Type.

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

"From LAN" Tunnel Setting

Figure 18: "From LAN" Tunnel Setting
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Step 13: Save the "From LAN" rule.

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

Step 14: Save and Assign the policy

  1. Click the OK button in the wirelessvpn Properties window to save the policy and return to the secpol window.
  2. Right-click on the wirelessvpn policy and choose Assign. Verify that there is a Yes in the Policy Assigned column for the wirelessvpn policy as shown in Figure 19.

This completes the IP policy configuration. You can either leave the Security Policy console open or close it. The assigned policy will be automatically started each time you boot your system.

Security Policy Editor

Figure 19: Security Policy Editor
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