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EOS – IPSEC
Please refer to Aplication Note from our website “AN1- IPSec configuration on MTX-Router-EOS”.
Name: Indicate this connection name, must be unique.
Enabled: If enable, the connection will send tunnel connection request when it is reboot or re-connection, otherwise it is no need if disable.
Local WAN Interface: Local addresss of the tunnel.
Remote Host Address: IP/domain name of end opposite; this option can not fill in if using tunnel mode server
Local Subnet: IPSec local protects subnet and subnet mask, i.e. 192.168.1.0/24; this option can not fill in if using transfer mode.
Remote Subnet: IPSec opposite end protects subnet and subnet mask, i.e.192.168.7.0/24; this option can not fill in if using transfer mode.
Local ID: Tunnel local end identification, IP and domain name are available.
Remote ID: Tunnel opposite end identification, IP and domain name are available.
Use a Pre-Shared Key: Choose use share encryption option.
Enable Advanced Settings: Enable to configure 1st and 2nd phase information, otherwise it will auto negotiation according to opposite end.
Encryption: IKE phased encryption mode.
Integrity: IKE phased integrity solution.
DHGrouptype: DH exchange algorithm.
Lifetime: Set IKE lifetime, current unit is hour, the default is 0.
Encryption: ESP encryption type.
Integrity: ESP integrity solution.
Keylife: Set ESP keylife, current unit is hour, the default is 0.
IKE aggressive mode allowed: Negotiation mode adopt aggressive mode if tick; it is main mode if non-tick.
Perfect Forward Secrecy: Tick to enable PFS, non-tick to disable PFS.
Enable DPD Detection: Enable or disable this function, tick means enable.
Time Interval: Set time interval of connect detection (DPD).
Timeout: Set the timeout of connect detection.
Action: Set the action of connect detection.