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Connecting to a computer running ISA Server 2000 or ISA Server 2004, or a server running Windows RRAS
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When To Use Connecting to a computer running ISA Server 2000 or ISA Server 2004, or a server running Windows RRAS Comments Provides moderate security. Requires that the remote VPN server be a computer running ISA Server or a server running a Windows RRAS. Requires only a user name and password for authentication.
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How to Configure a Remote-Site Network
To configure ISA Server to support site-to-site VPNs, you must configure one or more remote-site networks. A remote-site network will contain the IP addresses for all computers connecting from the remote office. In addition, the remote site network also includes tunnel attributes such as the tunneling protocol and the address for the remote site VPN gateway server. To configure a site-to-site VPN in ISA Server, you need to create a new remote-site network. To create a remote site, complete the following procedure: 1. Open the ISA Server Management Console and click Virtual Private Networks (VPN). 2. In the details pane, click the Remote Sites tab. 3. On the Tasks tab, click Add Remote Site Network to start the New Network Wizard. On the Welcome page, type a name for the remote site network and click Next. 4. On the VPN Protocol page, shown in Figure 10-9, choose the VPN protocol that will be used to create a tunnel to the remote network. Click Next.
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Figure 10-9 Choosing a VPN tunneling protocol
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5. On the Remote Site Gateway page, type the name or IP address of the VPN gateway server on the remote network. Click Next. 6. On the Remote Authentication page, shown in Figure 10-10, configure whether the local site can initiate connections to the remote site and then configure user account to be used for the connection. When you configure a site-to site VPN, you can configure which VPN gateway can initiate the VPN connection. You can configure the VPN so that one or both servers can initiate the connection. If you want the server that you are configuring to initiate the connection, you must enter the authentication credentials on the Remote Authentication page. These credentials will be used to initiate the connection on the destination VPN gateway server, so this account must be created on the destination server or in the domain in which the destination server is a member. This user account name must also exactly match the name of the VPN network you create on the destination VPN gateway.
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Figure 10-10 Configuring remote authentication for a site-to-site VPN
Exam Tip One of the common reasons that site-to-site VPNS do not work is authentication errors. Remember that the user name used to authenticate on the remote computer must be the same as the network name defined on the remote computer. For example, on the branch-office VPN gateway server, if you configure an account named HeadOfficeVPN, then the name of the remote site network configured on the branch office VPN server must also be HeadOfficeVPN.
7. On the Local Authentication page, review the information provided on the user account that must be created on the local VPN server or in the local domain and then click Next.
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Configuring Virtual Private Networks for Remote Clients and Networks
8. If you are configuring an L2TP/IPSec tunnel, you will see the L2TP/IPSec authentication page. If you choose to use L2TP/IPSec as the tunneling protocol, you have the option of configuring a pre-shared key that will be used to authenticate the computers when creating the tunnel. If you are using a pre-shared key, enable this option and then type in the pre-shared key that will be used by all remote VPN gateway servers.
By default, L2TP/IPSec tunnels will use digital certificates to authenticate the servers. Pre-shared keys are simple to deploy because they do not require any certificates and are easy to configure on a VPN server. However, pre-shared keys are not as secure as certificates. If you want a long-term, strong authentication method, consider using certificates.
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