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Configure VPN site on Safe@Office 500

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Hello,

I have Safe@office 500 router  and I want to connect to the network from outside via VPN.
I created users with access and I download the client on the machine that I want to connect.
I 'm tried to create site but I think the configuration is not good.
I need help with configuration.


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Dvir
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With the Safe@Office firewalls you do have to make sure that you are using the right client as the different client versions are needed for different versions of the firewall and firmware versions.

You then do have to make sure you have the correct firewall rules setup etc

You can refer to the p[age here http://www.checkpoint.com/smb/help/safeatoffice/8.0/369.htm
for some more info.

Wayne
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Its also possible to use the normal Windows L2TP client which makes connecting etc much easier!

Wayne
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