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Configuring Secure Sockets Layer VPN in Cloud Edge

    • Updated:
    • 3 Oct 2019
    • Product/Version:
    • Cloud Edge 5.5
    • Platform:
    • N/A
Summary

A SSL VPN is a form of VPN that can be used with a standard web browser. It requires client software installation, and is ideal for applications including web-based email, business and government directories, file sharing, remote backup, remote system management, and consumer-level electronic commerce.

This article will show you how to configure SSL VPN both on the client side and Cloud Edge side.

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Cloud Edge Side Configurations

  1. Access Cloud Edge Cloud Console, then go to Gateways > Select Gateway > SSL VPN.
  2. Enable SSL VPN.
  3. Configure SSL VPN basic settings.

    SSL VPN

    Protocol: Choose a protocol between TCP/UDP.
    Port: Select a port that is not being used by the Cloud Edge appliance.
    Local Networks: LAN segment of Cloud Edge Appliance that will be accessible to SSL VPN clients.
    (One segment must be set)
    Client Network Pool: SSL VPN clients will get IP from this pool.

  4. Configure Advanced Settings as you prefer.

    Advanced Settings

  5. Click Save.
  6. Click Deploy All to deploy SSL VPN settings onto the Cloud Edge appliance.

    Deploy all

  7. Access Administration > Hosted Users & Groups, then click Add under Hosted Users.

    Add Users

  8. Set up username and password, as clients connecting to Cloud Edge via SSL VPN need to have these credentials. Click Save.
  9. Under Administration > UserID Sync, click Sync All Gateways to force account synchronization.

    Sync

    UserIDs are automatically sync every 8 hours.

Client Side Configurations

  1. Access SSL VPN server URL by accessing WAN IP address where you set up the SSL VPN.
  2. Sign in using the credentials created under Hosted Users.

    Sign in

  3. Download and install the SSL VPN client when prompted.

    Install client

  4. Click Install.

    Install

  5. Installation progress:

    Install

  6. Start the application named SecureVPN Client. Click Yes when prompted.

    Security alert

  7. Log in using credentials created on Hosted Users of Cloud Edge Cloud Console, similar to Step 2.

    Log in

  8. You are now connected using SSL VPN.

    SSL VPN connected

To verify, using Cloud Edge Cloud Console, connected clients should show up under SSL VPN:

Verify user

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Solution Id:
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