Here’s how to configure OSX,iPad,iPhone to use an enterprise Cisco VPN concentrator (which is what you connect to from internet when you want to virtually join a company or school’s LAN).
Open System Preferences –> Network –> click the plus sign (Create a new service). On the iPhone, choose Settings –> General –> Network –> VPN –> Add VPN Configuration. On the Mac, chose VPN as the interface. Choose Cisco IPSec as the VPN type, and supply a service name as a description (an arbitrary name for the connection, whatever makes sense to you). Continue reading…
IPSec VPN Design (Networking Technology)
Publisher: Cisco Press | ISBN: 1587051117 | edition 2005 | CHM | 384 pages | 8,87 mb
The definitive design and deployment guide for secure virtual private networks
* Learn about IPSec protocols and Cisco IOS IPSec packet processing
* Understand the differences between IPSec tunnel mode and transport mode
* Evaluate the IPSec features that improve VPN scalability and fault tolerance, such as dead peer detection and control plane keepalives
* Overcome the challenges of working with NAT and PMTUD
* Explore IPSec remote-access features, including extended authentication, mode-configuration, and digital certificates
* Examine the pros and cons of various IPSec connection models such as native IPSec, GRE, and remote access
* Apply fault tolerance methods to IPSec VPN designs
* Employ mechanisms to alleviate the configuration complexity of a large- scale IPSec VPN, including Tunnel End-Point Discovery (TED) and Dynamic Multipoint VPNs (DMVPN)
* Add services to IPSec VPNs, including voice and multicast
* Understand how network-based VPNs operate and how to integrate IPSec VPNs with MPLS VPNs.