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VPN L2TP Setup Guide

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PPTP connection is working but i can not get L2TP to work.

With the recent changes to Apple Mac I am having to changed from PPTP to L2TP

I have followed most of the guide online but can not get L2TP to connect successfully

I have opened ports  UDP 4500,500,1701,50 to my RRAS Server

Are there any guide which could help me with this?

Thanks,

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Question by:Deepin
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by:Bing CISM / CISSP
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you didn't mention you already configured your RRAS against L2TP/IPSec, did you?
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No that's what i'm trying to achieve L2TP/IPSec VPN for remote workers
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Managed to get L2TP/IPSec working with a pre shared key and CHAP v2

RRAS IPSec key was created and RRAS services restarted

A new NPS policy was created with certain conditions:
Tunnel type L2TP and PPTP,
NAT Port: VPN
Authorization : CHAP v2 only
Strong encryption: 128 bit only
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Was able to config the right settings without any of the suggestions
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