I am trying to configure a VPN on our PIX 506. I am using the VPN wizard because I am not familiar with the terminal programming method. I thought it would be an easy fill in the blanks process but the information our vendor sent us does not match the fields in the wizard. If anyone knows how the information below translates to the fields in the vpn wizard I would greatly appreciate your help!
Remote tunnel endpoint:
Remote network range:
IKE proposal types, Phase I and II:
Phase I: pre-g2-3des-sah/pre-g2-3des-md5/pre-g2-des-sha/pre-g2-des-md5
Phase II: nopfs-esp-3des-sha/nopfs-esp-3des-md5/nopfs-esp-des-sha/nopfs-esp-des-md5
Ph1 timeout is 28800 seconds.
Ph2 timeout is 3600 seconds.
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