AWS VPC VPN and how to export config file to sophos UTM9

Hi,

I´ve a VPC created and a VPN configured but, how can I export this config file to be imported by a Sophos UMT 9? I can download a cisco, palo alto, yamaha but not UTM 9.

Any idea?

Regards
heze54Asked:
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btanExec ConsultantCommented:
Supposedly if I assumed the Sophos utm is also an AWS Sophos AMI to be setup for VPN, the VPN configuration is supposed to be downable and upload into the Sophos AMI as stated in the below AWS article (see Section "VGW Configuration" - Step 4 and 5 and Section "Configure Sophos UTM Instance" - Step 3). http://aws.amazon.com/articles/1909971399457482
Did not drill further but I supposed it is doable .. even on actual physical Sophos utm but maybe not using the file directly....good to ping the AWS folks

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heze54Author Commented:
Nice reply!!!
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