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For a two-way-initiated router-to-router VPN connection, configure the name, domain, and password when this router is acting as the calling router. For a one-way-initiated site-to-site VPN connection, you can type any name in the User Name text box and skip the rest of the fields because this router never uses this interface to initiate a connection to the calling router. Click Next. 12. On the Completing The Demand-Dial Interface Wizard page, click Finish. The result of this configuration is an L2TP/IPSec-based or PPTP-based demand-dial interface over which IP routing is enabled, depending on the tunneling protocol options you chose. A user account with the same name as the demand-dial interface is automatically added with correct account and dial-in settings.
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Now we must configure the calling router. Deploying the calling router for a site-tosite VPN connection consists of the following steps: 1. Configure the calling router s connection to the site. 2. Run the Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard. 3. Configure a demand-dial interface.
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Configure the connection connected to the site with a manual TCP/IP configuration consisting of an IP address, a subnet mask, site DNS servers, and site WINS servers. If you configure a default route on the site connection, it will create a conflicting default route entry in the routing table and routing to the Internet might not function properly.
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To run the Routing And Remote Access Server Setup Wizard to config ure the Windows Server 2003 calling router
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1. Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Routing And Remote Access. 2. Right-click your server name, and then click Configure And Enable Routing And Remote Access. Click Next. 3. In Configuration, click Remote Access (Dial-Up Or VPN) and then click Next. 4. In Remote Access, select VPN. If you also want the VPN router to support dial-up site-to-site connections, click Dial-up. Click Next. 5. In VPN Connection, click the connection that corresponds to the interface connected to the Internet or your perimeter network, and then click Next. 6. In IP Address Assignment, click Automatic if the calling router should use DHCP to obtain IP addresses for other calling routers when it is acting as an
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Deploying Site-to-Site VPNs |
answering router. Or click From A Specified Range Of Addresses to use one or more static ranges of addresses. If any of the static address ranges is an off-subnet address range, routes must be added to the routing infrastructure for the virtual interfaces of routers calling this router to be reachable. When IP address assignment is complete, click Next. 7. In Managing Multiple Remote Access Servers, if you are using RADIUS for authentication and authorization, click Yes, Set Up This Server To Work With A RADIUS Server, and then click Next.
In RADIUS Server Selection, configure the primary (mandatory) and alternate (optional) RADIUS servers and the shared secret, and then click Next. 8. Click Finish.
To configure a demand-dial interface
1. Open the Routing And Remote Access snap-in. 2. In the console tree, right-click Network Interfaces and then click New Demand-Dial Interface. 3. On the Welcome To The Demand-Dial Interface Wizard page, click Next. 4. On the Interface Name page, type the name of the demand-dial interface. For a two-way initiated connection, this is the same name as the user name in the user credentials used by the answering router when it is acting as a calling router. Click Next. 5. On the Connection Type page, click Connect Using Virtual Private Networking (VPN) and then click Next. 6. If you are deploying PPTP as the tunneling protocol, on the VPN Type page click Point To Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) and then click Next. If you are deploying L2TP/IPSec as the tunneling protocol, on the VPN Type page click Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP) and then click Next. 7. On the Destination Address page, type the IP address of the answering router, then click Next. 8. On the Protocols And Security page, select the Route IP Packets On This Interface check box. For a two-way-initiated connection, select the Add A User Account So A Remote Router Can Dial In check box. Click Next. 9. On the Static Routes For Remote Networks page, click Add to add static routes assigned to the demand-dial interface (as needed). Click Next. 10. For a two-way initiated connection, in the Dial In Credentials page (this page is presented only if you selected the Add A User Account So A Remote Router Can Dial In option in step 8), type the password of the user account used by the answering router acting as a calling router in the Password and Confirm Password text boxes, and then click Next. This step automatically
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