The VPN with iPhone/ipsec worked with this structure very well for three years. I think there is a problem since Apple iOS 8, but I´m not sure because I don´t use the VPN every day. (Is this correct: route outside 10.10.10.0 255.255.255.0 220.127.116.11 ?? the 18.104.22.168 is the device I want to see/control with my iPhone) New Idea:
Services: VPN using iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch (using L2TP option on the SonicWall appliance) Feature/Application: This document explains how to configure the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch (we will refer to the name iPad for the rest of this document) L2TP Client access to the SonicWall WAN GroupVPN SA using the built-in L2TP Server. The 2.0 version of the iPhone software supports something called Cisco IPSec VPN, which apparently provides the kind of security network administrators want. iPhone also supports VPN protocols known as L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) and PPTP (Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol). L2TP/IPsec¶ L2TP/IPsec is a common VPN type that wraps L2TP, an insecure tunneling protocol, inside a secure channel built using transport mode IPsec. L2TP/IPsec is supported starting with pfSense® software version 2.2-RELEASE. This article will explain how to configure the service and setup clients. Feb 03, 2019 · User – VPN: IPsec xauth Dialin Indicates whether the user is allowed to dial in via IPsec xauth (Note: Does not allow shell access, but may allow the user to create SSH tunnels) Now for the iPhone.
IPSEC VPN Setup. 1. Go to Settings -> Connections -> More connections -> VPN -> ADD VPN 2. Set the following: Name: (Any Name You Want) Type: IPSec Xauth PSK (MUST BE THIS)
IPSec VPN is used to create a VPN connection between local and remote networks. To use IPSec VPN, you should check that both local and remote routers support IPSec VPN feature. Then, follow the steps below to set up an IPSec VPN connection. Here takes Archer VR2800 as demonstration. 1. The typical VPN topology is here. Configuring an IPsec Remote Access Mobile VPN using IKEv1 Xauth¶ Many types of devices may be connected to pfSense® using IPsec, most notably Android (Phones and Tablets) and iOS (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, etc) devices but anything that is capable of IPsec will typically work. Clients also exist for Windows, OSX, and so on.
Aug 08, 2017 · 2. Go to VPN and Remote Access >> Remote Dial-in User, click an available index number to edit the profile. Check Enable this account; Check IPsec Tunnel at Allowed Dial-In Type; Click OK to save; Now the settings are complete. If the VPN user is online, you will see VPN connection status at VPN and Remote Access >> Connection Management.
Activate VPN On iPhone. Once VPN is setup on your iPhone, you will have to activate the VPN Network on your iPhone. 1. From the Home Screen of your iPhone, tap on Settings. 2. On the Settings screen, turn on VPN on your iPhone by moving the toggle next to VPN to ON position (See image below). This tutorial assumes that the WAN interface of the Mikrotik router has a public IP address, and that your ISP does not block ipsec ports. With that out of the way, lets get started. The first step is to create a PPP Profile on the mikrotik. We will use a 192.168.102.1 for the local address (the VPN Gateway), assuming this is not already in use. We also need to add a DNS Server /ppp profile