Jan 25

The most important step is creation of a reasonable networking scheme, our FAQs will use the below scheme.

Step 1: Choose Setup->VPN and then Add->IPsec VPN. Fill in the following values.

DIR-330VPN

Name: Whatever you like.
Local Net/Mask: Enter the LAN Net of the DIR.
Remote IP: Enter the WAN_IP of the Hub
Remote Local LAN Newt /Mask: Enter the Concentrated Network from the Hub.
Authentication->Pre-shared Key: Whatever you like
NAT-T Enable: Checked
Keep Alive: Keep Alive
PSF: Perfect Forward Security is on.

Step 2: Choose Save Settings.

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