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IPsec Client Configuration, continued

Step 5: Configure the "To LAN" Filter Action

  1. Starting at the wirelessvpn Properties window, select the "To LAN" rule, making sure its check box is checked, then click the Edit button
  2. The Edit Rule Properties window shown in Figure 9 should open. Check that the "To LAN" radio button is selected.

"To LAN" Security Rule Properties

Figure 9: "To LAN" Security Rule Properties
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  1. Select the Filter Action tab, then click the Require Security radio button to select it as shown in Figure 10, then click the Edit button.

"To LAN" IP Filter Action

Figure 10: "To LAN" IP Filter Action
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  1. Verify that the Require Security Properties window looks the same as shown in Figure 11. It's most important that the item at the top of the list have the following entries:
    - Type = Custom
    - AH Integrity = <None>
    - ESP Confidentiality = 3DES
    - ESP Integrity = MD5

    The Key Lifetimes column defaults should be 100000 / 900, but any values should work.

    Change the order of list items by selecting the item and using the Move up and Move down buttons

Require Security Filter Action Properties

Figure 11: Require Security Filter Action Properties
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  1. If you need to change a Security method, select it and click the Edit button to open the Modify Security Method window, click the Custom radio button, then click the Settings button to open Custom Security Method Settings window shown in Figure 12.
  2. When you're done, click the OK button to close the window(s) and get back to the Edit Rule Properties window.

Custom Security Method Settings

Figure 12: Custom Security Method Settings
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