TECH VPN Solutions?

Fase

Your Face, In A Pickle Jar.
Apr 6, 2004
29,504
Windsor, Ont, Canada.
The VPN server is a CISCO router. I need to be able to connect to it via Windows 7.

I have used Windows built in VPN along with IPSec policy in the group policy editor, but could not get it working. I am not sure if the problem is on my end or theirs as they have not tested it. In either case, I'd like to be sure it's setup correctly for me.


The security uses IKE and IPSec


IKE Policy
Authentication mode, pre-shared key

Encryption Algorithm AES-128
Hashing Algorithm SHA-1
Diffie-Hellman Group Group 2 (1024-bit)
Rekey Time Interval 86400 seconds

IPSEC Policy
Encryption Algorithm AES-128
Hashing Algorithm MD5
Encapsulation Mode Tunnel
Rekey Time Interval 28800 seconds
Rekey Data Interval 4608000 KBytes
 

retorq

What up bitch??
Dec 14, 2006
6,002
Mohave Desert
He ended up using shrewsoft. We used that before Cisco had a Win7/x64 client. It work ok ... landing a Win7 VPN clients directly on a Cisco VPN/Firewall would be awesome, which I think he was trying to do ...
 

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