Create VPN Tunnel from Windows 2008 using IPSEC

We are making a secure connection from our Windows 2008 server to the Banks Server, they are asking us to configure a Secure VPN Tunnel using IPSEC, They gave us this information but I need someone to point me to the right direction on how to set it up:

The bank send to us:
Their ip: xx.xx.xx.xx
Internal IP: xx.xx.xx.xx tcp/443 / tcp/7001
VPN Concentrate: ASA5515
Version: 8.6(1)2

Also,
Authentication Method: Preshared Key
Encryption: IKE
IKE-Diffie-HellMan: 2
IKE-Algorithm Encryption: 3DES
IKE-Algorithm Hashing: SHA-1
IPSEC-renegotiation SA Phase 1: 1140 minutes (IKE lifetime)
IPSEC-Algorithm Encryption: 3DES
IPSEC-Algorithm Hashing: SHA-1

and they need the same information from our server....

could someone help me?
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marpanetAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
I don't know if Server 2008 provides IPsec VPN. Microsoft servers use PPP VPN.

I use Juniper Netscreen boxes in front of client servers and they handle IPsec just as your bank laid out.

I have a Cisco RVxx router in my home office with site to site IPsec tunnels to clients and again, just as your bank laid out.

I suggest you try hardware VPN because it will solve your problem.
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
Excelent!!!. We have a Fortinet 60d as a router, I think it will do the job!.
Let me check....
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Keep us posted. Look up the IPsec setup for the Fortinet.
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marpanetAuthor Commented:
Thank you for pointing me to the right direction!!!
:D
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@marpanet - You are very welcome and I was happy to help.
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