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1. Introduction

The objective of this document is to provide a guide describing how to configure the
devices to achieve the same environment as show at the network topology.
Users of this document are expected to already possess basic knowledge of D-Link
devices and TheGreenBow VPN program, and are familiar with how to perform basic
configurations. Only important configurations, such as those pertaining to interfacing and

integrating, will be described in this document.

2. Product used

TheGreenBow_VPN_Client 4.61.003 and DFL-800 are used in the FAQ. The same applies to all other DFL products with Netdefend OS.

3. Network Diagram

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Note: Router is set to allow IPSec pass through.

4. Configurations

In this document, we will only describe the main configurations for this Scenario. The
configurations setting for all the D-Link products will not be described here and for more

detail about the product you can download their user guide.

4.1 TheGreenBow VPN client and DFL-800

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In this scenario the user can connect back to the headquarter database by using
TheGreenBow VPN client tunneling to DFL-800.
All configurations are based on DFL-800 and TheGreenBow
VPN Client (F/W: 4.61.003)
The steps in this configuration are:
Setup DFL-800 for VPN tunneling
Setup Pre-shared Key
Phase 1 and Phase 2 algorithms setup
Setting up IPSec-Tunnel
Setup IP Rules
Setup TheGreenBow VPN client
Setup Phase 1

Setup Phase 2

4.1.1) Setup DFL-800 for VPN tunneling
4.1.1.1) Setup Pre-Shared Key
1) Login to the DFL-800 and click Authenticate Objects and add

new Pre-shared Key and fill in the passphrase and name

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4.1.1.2) Phase 1 and Phase 2 algorithms setup
1) At the IKE Algorithms, select the Encryption and Integrity

algorithms for your phase 1 authenticate.

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2) Next is the IPSec Algorithms, select the Encryption and

Integrity algorithms for the phase 2.

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4.1.1.3) Setting up IPSec-Tunnel
1) After we finish setting up the algorithms, next we will need to

create the IPSec-Tunnel as show below.

 

2) Next, click on the Authentication tab and select the PreShared Key you have setup at the steps 1.

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3) After selecting the Pre-Shared Key, next is to enable the

Dynamically add route at the routing tab.

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4) Last step is to make sure the DH Group at the IKE setting is the

same setting for the TheGreenBow Client.

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4.1.1.4) Setup IP Rules
Now is to setup the IP Rules so there the DFL-800 knows where
to direct all the traffic to.
1) First add a new interface group name IPSec-LAN by grouping

up IPSec-Tunnel and LAN.

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2) Next, click IP Rules and add a new IP rule as show below.

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4.1.2) Setup TheGreenBow VPN Client
4.1.2.1)Setup Phase 1
1) Right click on the Root to add a new Phase, next fill in the IP
address for this VPN client and Remote gateway IP follow by

Preshared Key and IKE setting.

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Note: the Preshared Key and IKE must be the same setting set in the DFL-800

4.1.2.2) Setup Phase 2
1) Right click on the Phase1 to add a new Phase2, next fill in the
VPN Client address for this VPN client and Remote gateway IP

follow by ESP setting.

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Note: the ESP Encryption and Authentication setting must be the same in the

DFL-800 IPSec-Tunnel.

5.1) Test Result
a. The VPN tunnel will be open at any negotiation

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Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the firewall into the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1). Press Enter.

Step 2: The default username is admin (all lower case) and the password is admin (all lower case). Click on OK.

Step 3: Click on the plus sign next to Objects and then select Application Layer Gateways.

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Step 4: Select http-outbound, click on Add, and then select HTTP ALG URL.

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Step 5: Create the Content Filtering list as followed:

  • Action: Blacklist
  • URL: Key in desired filter URL in the format of Asterisk,dot,yahoo.com, forward slash, asterisk (*.yahoo.com/* in this example)

Click on OK.

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Step 6: Click on the plus sign next to Rules, select IP Rules, click on Add, and then select IP Rule Folder.

  • Name: name the folder as desired

Click on OK.

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Step 7: Click on Add and select IP Rule and configure as followed:

  • Name: name as desired
  • Action: NAT
  • Service: http-outbound
  • Schedule: None
  • Source Interface: lan
  • Source Network: lannet
  • Destination Interface: wan
  • Destination Network: all-nets

Click on OK.

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Step 8: Click on the Configuration tab and select Save and Activate from the dropdown menu. Click on OK to activate and save your changes.

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Note: These FAQs were created for firmware version 2.05 and above.

Note: You need to disable any pop-up blockers on your computer.


Connect using DHCP

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DFL in the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1) and press Enter.

Step 2: Enter username and password. Default username and password is admin.

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Step 3: The web GUI will begin with the D-Link setup wizard, or select the Setup Wizard button (available in firmware 2.26 or higher). Click Next.

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Step 4: You can set a new password here by entering the new password and re-typing the password to confirm then click Next.

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Step 5: Select the appropriate time zone then click Next.

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Step 6: Select WAN1 in the dropdown then click Next.

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Step 7: Select DHCP-automatic configuration then click Next.

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Step 8: Select Enable DHCP Servers (Optional) and configure as followed:

  • IP range: enter desired range IP for DHCP clients
  • Subnet Mask: entered corresponding subnet mask
  • Default Gateway: enter LAN IP of the firewall
  • DNS Server: enter desired DNS IP address

Click Next.

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Step 9: Configure the NTP Server as desired (Optional) then click Next.

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Step 10: Click Activate to save the configuration.


Connect using PPPoE

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DFL in the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1) and press Enter.

Step 2: Enter username and password. Default username and password is admin.

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Step 3: The web GUI will begin with the D-Link setup wizard, or select the Setup Wizard button (available in firmware 2.26 or higher). Click Next.

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Step 4: You can set a new password here by entering the new password and re-typing the password to confirm then click Next.

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Step 5: Select the appropriate time zone then click Next.

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Step 6: Select WAN1 in the dropdown then click Next.

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Step 7: Select the radio button labeled PPPoE-account details needed then click Next.

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Step 8: Enter your DSL account details provided by your ISP then click Next.

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Step 9: Select Enable DHCP Servers (Optional).

  • IP range: enter desired range IP for DHCP clients
  • Subnet Mask: entered corresponding subnet mask
  • Default Gateway: enter LAN IP of the firewall
  • DNS Server: enter desired DNS IP address

Click Next.

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Step 10: Configure the NTP Server as desired (Optional) then click Next.

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Step 11:: Click activate to save the configuration.

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Step 12: Click Close after the firewall is done saving the configuration.


Connect using a Static IP

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DFL in the address bar (default is 192.168.1.1) and press Enter.

Step 2: Enter username and password. Default username and password is admin.

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Step 3: The web GUI will begin with the D-Link setup wizard, or select the Setup Wizard button (available in firmware 2.26 or higher). Click Next.

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Step 4: You can set a new password here by entering the new password and re-typing the password to confirm then click Next.

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Step 5: Select the appropriate time zone then click Next.

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Step 6: Select WAN1 in the drop-down then click Next.

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Step 7: Select Static-manual configuration then click Next.

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Step 8: Configure the WAN1 for static public IP address as followed:

  • IP address: enter public IP address provided by ISP
  • NetMask: enter appropriated subnet mask provided by ISP
  • Gateway: enter gateway IP address provided by ISP
  • Primary DNS: enter DNS IP address provided by ISP
  • Secondary DNS: enter DNS IP address provided by ISP

Click Next.

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Step 9: Select enable DHCP Servers (Optional).

  • IP range: enter desired range IP for DHCP clients
  • Subnet Mask: entered corresponding subnet mask
  • Default gateway: enter LAN IP of the firewall
  • DNS Server: enter desired DNS IP address

Click Next.

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Step 10: Configure the NTP Server as desired (Optional) then click Next.

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Step 11: Click Activate to save the configuration.

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Step 12: Click Close after the firewall is done saving the configuration.

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