We have a client with a Watchguard firewall (XTM810) at two offices. They use a branch office VPN via IPSec to connect to the other office. They have now purchased a dedicated server running windows 2012 from a cloud ISP which appears to be sat directly on the internet.
How do we make this server appear on the internal network securely?
Is it possible for Server 2012 to have an IPSec tunnel setup that activates when the server is booted up creating a VPN with the Watchguard firewall?
I can see how to create the new connection via a dial on demand style connection but this wont be ideal as it needs to be always on without manually dialling the link if the server reboots for example.
For site to site VPNs, you'd want to use the "routing and remote access" role. Technet has a ton of documentation on how to configure this role. Some of it hasn't been updated for 2012 yet, so dig into
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