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IPSec between client and DC

Posted on 2012-04-07
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IP1121I created and OU called IPSec, moved one PC XPS to the OU, created a new GPO and enable it.
when I go to the IP Security Monitor I see the following ( see attached ).
As soon as I do and (gpupdate /force ) I loose all internet connect and all connection to the DC, I can still ping the DC, just can't connec to anything on it ( DFS ) ( Printer ) nothing.
I went back into the IPSec GPO and enabled Permit unsecured IP packets to pass through and again did an ( gpupdate / force ) and then I was able to get internet and connect back to the DC.

What I'm I doing wrong?
Please expalin in details.

Thank you to all.
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by:Anuroopsundd
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Can you try to change the outbound and Inbound.
Source 192.168.2.249 Destination any direction Inbound
Source any Destination 192.168.2.249 direction outbound
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by:arnold
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Do you have a CA
Do you have a Gpo where each systems auto enrolls and gets a certificate?
http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/deploying-ipsec-server-domain-isolation-windows-server-2008-group-policy-part1.html
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by:noad
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arnold

no CA
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by:noad
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anuroopsundd

why would you suggest the changing of the outbound and inbound?

I did try the following and as son as I did a gpupdate  everything locked up again
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by:arnold
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To establish IPSec they have to exchange certificates each side confirming who they are and using the certificate to encrypt the IPSec tunnel. Without that, IPSec can not be established so there is no tunnel through which data can be sent.

Usually, the rule should be to send LAN specific traffic via IPSec, while non LAN traffic should go unsecured.

Refer to the ms doc dealing with IPSec setup on the LAN.
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by:noad
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I see your point, but I just want to secure the intranet connect.
From out side users VPN in with SSL.
Is there no way to secure intranet traffic.?
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by:arnold
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Secure from whom? If your switch is manageable, you could secure the intranet using 801.1x which also requires mac address based authentication.  Certificates are also part.
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by:noad
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Secure in general.....
 No managed switch

Im just trying out new things that I have not done before

SO are you saying there is no way to setup IPSec without a CA?
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arnold earned 500 total points
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IPSEC encrypts the channel within which the data is transmitted.
Based on this each system to access another will have to establish an IPSEC tunnel or all traffic will go through the DC to which each system will have an IPSEC tunnel. (never mind ipsec in this context does not mean ipsec as a VPN tunnel it rather means IP security/firewall settings such that a CA for certificate issuing is not required..)

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/winserverGP/thread/1c13453e-1711-4537-bdf1-27ee60ee2478
http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/networking/ipsec-policy-configurations-on-windows-server-2008-systems/481


http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc782433%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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by:noad
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arnold


I think i understand, I'll read your links...
Thanks
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