SonicWall to ISA

Posted on 2011-02-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Has anyone setup a SonicWall TZ210 IPsec to ISA?

Question by:sheinz_57
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no, but i believe is you keep the Phase 1 and Phase 2 settings the same on both ends you should be good.  what version of ISA?  i'd be happy to assist.

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Thanks. It is ISA 2006.

I have set them up before on a Fortigate but now I am looking to do so on the SonicWall. I was looking to see if someone has done this successfully before purchasing the TZ 210.
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so, you want to setup a site to site between a sonicwall and a isa, right?

if so, here's a KB on setting up a site to site between two sonicwall appliances.  this will at least get you one side of the vpn.  it's configured for main mode, but i think you'll have better luck with aggressive mode.

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