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How do i configaring windows Server 2008 VPN with IPsec

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BroadBand Router with Port forwarding Function
Router with static Exernal IP 115.223.115.123 / Local IP 10.0.20.100

Server PC Running Windows 2008 IP 10.0.20.1

I have 10 clients that needs to connect to my server. Client OS Linux / Windows

I need help to configure and setup Windows 2008 VPN with IPSEC, please help me set this up as soon as possible. I would also need support to setup certificates and i am kind of lost about it. i have a good understanding about networking and servers, port forwarding.

Appriciate your support.

Thanks and Regards
Imran
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Here is a way to do it:
Install IIS on the VPN server (windows 2000)
Request a machine certificate for the VPN server using the IIS Certificate Request Wizard
Install the RRAS server role on the VPN server
Enable the RRAS Server and configure it to be a VPN and NAT server
Configure the NAT server to publish the CRL
Configure the User Account to allow dial-up connections
Configure IIS on the Certificate Server to allow HTTP connections for the CRL directory
Configure the HOSTS file on the VPN client
Use PPTP to connect to the VPN server
Obtain a CA Certificate from the Enterprise CA
Configure the Client to use SSTP and Connect to the VPN Server using SSTP

Here is a link to an excelent description:
http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Configuring-Windows-Server-2008-Remote-Access-SSL-VPN-Server-Part2.html

//zaZagor
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