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VPN Type: Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) Destination Address: 207.209.68.1 Protocols And Security: The Route IP Packets On This Interface check box is
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To make all locations on the corporate intranet reachable, the following static route is created:
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Destination: 172.16.0.0 Network mask: 255.240.0.0 Metric: 1
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To make all locations on Contoso, LTD. branch offices reachable, the following static route is created:
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Destination: 192.168.0.0 Network mask: 255.255.0.0 Metric: 1 Dial-Out Credentials
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L2TP/IPSec-Based On-Demand Branch Office
The Portland branch office is an L2TP/IPSec-based branch office that uses a Windows Server 2003 router to create an on-demand, site-to-site VPN connection with the VPN server in New York as needed. When the connection is made and is idle for five minutes, the connection is terminated. To deploy an L2TP/IPSec, one-way initiated, on-demand, site-to-site VPN connection to the corporate office based on the settings configured in the Common Configuration for the VPN Server and On-Demand Branch Office sections of this chapter, the following settings are configured on the Portland router.
Certificate Configuration
The Portland router was configured by the Contoso, LTD. network administrator while it was physically connected to the Contoso, LTD. intranet. It was then shipped to the Portland site. While the Portland router was connected to the Contoso, LTD. intranet, a computer certificate was installed through auto-enrollment
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VPN Deployment
and the user name was created in Active Directory on the headquarters intranet. This point is important to remember, especially if you are going to do two-way initiated connections with separate Active Directory instances on each side of the link. Configure the remote router while it is still connected to the central intranet, synchronize the two Active Directory user entries on either one s Active Directory domain controller, and then ship the VPN server to the remote site.
Demand-Dial Interface for the Connection to the ISP
To connect the Portland office router to the Internet by using a local ISP, the network administrator created a demand-dial interface using the Demand-Dial Interface Wizard with the following settings:
Interface Name: ISP Connection Type: Connect Using A Modem, ISDN Adapter, Or Other Physical Device
Select a Device: The appropriate ISDN device is specified. Phone Number: Phone number of the ISP for the Portland office. Protocols And Security: The Route IP Packets On This Interface check box is
selected.
Static Routes For Remote Networks
To create the connection to the Portland ISP when the site-to-site VPN connection needs to be made, the following static route is created:
Destination: 207.209.68.1 Network Mask: 255.255.255.255 Metric: 1 Dial-Out Credentials
User Name: Portland office ISP account name Password: Portland office ISP account password Confirm Password: Portland office ISP account password
Demand-Dial Interface for Site-to-Site VPN Connection
To connect the Portland office router to the VPN server by using a site-to-site VPN connection over the Internet, the network administrator created a demand-dial interface using the Demand-Dial Interface Wizard with the following settings:
Interface Name: CorpHQ Connection Type: Connect Using Virtual Private Networking (VPN) VPN Type: Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP)
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Destination Address: 207.209.68.1 Protocols And Security: The Route IP Packets On This Interface check box is
selected.
Static Routes For Remote Networks
To make all locations on the corporate intranet reachable, the following static route is created:
Destination: 172.16.0.0 Network Mask: 255.240.0.0 Metric: 1
To make all locations on Contoso, LTD. branch offices reachable, the following static route is created:
Destination: 192.168.0.0 Network Mask: 255.255.0.0 Metric: 1 Dial-Out Credentials User Name: VPN_Portland Domain: contoso.example.com Password: P*4s=wq!Gx1 Confirm Password: P*4s=wq!Gx1
Persistent Branch Office
The Chicago and Phoenix branch offices of Contoso, LTD. are connected to the corporate office by using persistent site-to-site VPN connections that stay connected 24 hours a day. The Windows Server 2003 routers in the Chicago and Phoenix offices are equipped with T1 WAN adapters that have a permanent connection to a local ISP to gain access to the Internet. In today s communications market, many companies would use ADSL or cable modem for these purposes for two reasons: the cost is much cheaper on a recurring monthly basis because the cost of the Internet connection for ADSL or cable modem is less than $100 U.S. per month as opposed to greater than $1,000 U.S. per month for a T1 leased line, and they provide a decent amount of bandwidth at a minimum, equivalent in bandwidth to a dual channel ISDN 128-kilobits per seconds (Kbps) link. The Chicago branch office uses the IP network ID of 192.168.9.0 with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0 (192.168.9.0/24). The Chicago branch office router uses the public IP address of 131.107.0.1 for its Internet interface. The Phoenix branch office
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