What is the parameters of VPN?

What is the parameters of VPN?

What Are VPN Negotiation Parameters? What Are Their Default Values?

Policy Parameter
IPsec Authentication Algorithm
Encryption Algorithm
PFS
Transfer Protocol

What is Phase 1 in IPsec VPN?

VPN negotiations happen in two distinct phases: Phase 1 and Phase 2. The main purpose of Phase 1 is to set up a secure encrypted channel through which the two peers can negotiate Phase 2. When Phase 1 finishes successfully, the peers quickly move on to Phase 2 negotiations.

Is IKE a Phase 1?

IKE negotiation includes two phases: Phase 1—Negotiat exchange of proposals for how to authenticate and secure the channel. Phase 2—Negotiate security associations (SAs) to secure the data that traverses through the IPsec tunnel.

What is the purpose of IKE Phase 1?

The basic purpose of IKE phase 1 is to authenticate the IPSec peers and to set up a secure channel between the peers to enable IKE exchanges. IKE phase 1 performs the following functions: Authenticates and protects the identities of the IPSec peers.

What is the Phase 1 identifier for a VPN?

Each device provides a Phase 1 identifier, which can be an IP address, domain name, domain information, or an X500 name. The VPN configuration on each device specifies the Phase 1 identifier of the local and the remote device. The configurations must match.

What should I look for when comparing two VPNs?

There are a few different set of things need to be checked. Check the phase 2 proposal encryption algorithm, authentication algorithm or hash, and lifetime are the same on both sides. Check VPN Encryption Domain (Local and remote subnet) should be identical. Check NAT Exemption.

What happens if Phase 1 of the VPN agreement fails?

If Phase 1 fails, the devices cannot begin Phase 2. The purpose of Phase 2 negotiations is for the two peers to agree on a set of parameters that define what traffic can go through the VPN, and how to encrypt and authenticate the traffic. This agreement is called a Security Association.

How do I create a Phase 1 VPN tunnel?

To begin defining the Phase 1 configuration, go to VPN > IPsec Tunnels and select Create New. Enter a unique descriptive name for the VPN tunnel and follow the instructions in the VPN Creation Wizard. The Phase 1 configuration mainly defines the ends of the IPsec tunnel.