i have got cisco 1751 with the IPsec IOS, having 2 ehternet ports, now i wanted to have VPN server on this router, so how do i configure, requirement is 1 port will be having public IP & other port will be having private IP pointing towards my LAN, i wanted to access the office LAN from my winXP laptop@home having broadband connection,by connecting to the public IP of the router, i will be accessing my office LAN & i get private IP defined in the pool on the router. so how do i configure? earlier i was using thru windows 2000 server, which is working fine, now i have decided to put a router in place of that.
I will try to explain the above to my best abilities.
1. Setup ISAKMP policy using the crypto isakmp policy command and select your encryption / authentication and group
2. After doing this, we need to define the IPSec VPN properties. We begin by defining the transform set that we want to use for these VPN connections. We will call this transform set VPN-TRANSFORMS.The VPN will use the esp-sha-hmac and esp-3des transforms
3.Because the workstation could, in principle, be anywhere on the Internet, we can't even define an IP address for it. But, to use IPSec on a Cisco router, we need to create a crypto map, which is a template for the SA that IPSec will use for this session. So in this case we are using a dynamic map statement "crypto dynamic-map VPN-USER-MAP 5"
4. This creates a dynamic map called VPN-USER-MAP. The number (50) on the end of the line is a sequence number, similar to the sequence numbers used in route map statements.
5. The access list here blocks any packets whose destination addresses are either multicasts or local broadcasts. Obviously this type of traffic cannot possible be associated with a VPN.
6. We can then build the actual crypto map that references this dynamic map.
7.You apply the crypto map to the interface that will be receiving the VPN requests.
As you can see there are quite a few considerations involved.
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