VPN

Use VPN policies to configure how devices connect to and use VPNs (Virtual Private Networks):

  • 1. To view, edit, or delete VPN policies for the entire organization, navigate to the dashboard home page. To view, edit, or delete VPN policies for a group or sub group, navigate to that group or sub group.
  • 2. Click Policies.
  • 3. Click VPN.
  • 4. If necessary, click Add New. The following will be displayed:

VPN

Configurable VPN settings:

Field Description Connection Type OS Supported
Connection Name Enter the name of the VPN connection, which will be displayed on the device. All iOS6+, OS X, Windows 8.1
Connection Type From the dropdown list select the VPN connection type, which can be L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol), PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol), IPSec (Cisco) (Cisco Internet Protocol Security), F5 (Windows 8.1), SonicWALL (Windows 8.1), Juniper (Windows 8.1), or Checkpoint (Windows 8.1). All iOS6+, OS X, Windows 8.1
Server Enter the hostname or IP address of the VPN server. All iOS6+, OS X, Windows 8.1
Account Enter the user name that will be used to authenticate the VPN connection. L2TP, PPTP, IPSec iOS6+, OS X
User Authentication From the dropdown list select the user authentication type, which can be Password or RSASecurID. L2TP, PPTP iOS6+, OS X
Machine Authentication From the dropdown list select the user authentication type, which can be Shared Secret / Group or Certificate (if SCEP has been configured). IPSec iOS6+, OS X
Password Enter the password for the VPN connection. L2TP, PPTP, IPSec iOS6+, OS X
Identity certificate From the dropdown list select the SCEP policy.
Note: Before you can use this feature you must first configure a SCEP policy and then set the Machine Authentication to Certificate
L2TP, PPTP, IPSec iOS 6+, OS X
Shared Secret Enter the shared secret for the VPN connection. L2TP, IPSec iOS6+, OS X
Encryption Level From the dropdown list select the level of data encryption applied to the connection, which can be None, Automatic (the default), or Maximum (128-bit). PPTP, IPSec iOS6+, OS X
Group Name Enter the Group identifier for the connection. IPSec iOS6+, OS X
Send All Traffic Check (select) this option to route al traffic through this VPN connection. L2TP, PPTP iOS6+, OS X, Windows 8.1
Proxy Type From the dropdown list select the proxy type for the VPN connection, which can be None, Manual, or Automatic. L2TP, PPTP, IPSec iOS6+, OS X
DNS Suffix Enter the DNS suffix for the DNS server. F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1
DNS Servers Use the plus sign to add the hostname or IP address for a DNS server and or use the minus to remove a DNS server. F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1
Remember credentials Enable this option to remember DNS credentials. F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1
Auto trigger enable Enable this option to enable auto trigger, which will enable credential VPN connections without user interaction. F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1
Use split tunneling Enable this option to allow split tunneling, which lets users access public and private networks at the same time using the same connection. F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1
Max idle time (0 will disable) Enter the amount of time (in seconds) to disconnect an idle VPN connection.
Note: Entering 0 will disable this feature.
F5, SonicWALL, Juniper, Checkpoint Windows 8.1