Device Configuration : Configure : Network : RED Device Management : Configure RED Site-to-Site Tunnel
Configure RED Site-to-Site Tunnel
This page describes how to set up a RED Site-to-Site Tunnel.
For such a connection, you need a RED server and a RED client. Ensure that RED is activated on client and server devices. Go to Device Configuration > Configure > System Services > RED and enable RED for client and server devices.
1. Configure the Firewall RED server on the server machine.
a. Go to Device Configuration > Configure > Network > RED Device Management , and click Add.
b. Specify Branch Name.
c. Select Type as "Firewall-RED-Server".
d. Select Firewall Device.
e. Select Tunnel ID. It is recommended to set it to "Automatic". Ensure that both ends of the tunnel use the same tunnel ID.
f. Specify Description.
g. As RED IP, enter the LAN IP of the new RED server interface.
h. Select RED Netmask.
i. Select Zone.
j. Enable Tunnel compression if required.
k. Click Save.
The RED interface will be created and listed on the RED Device Management page.
l. On the new RED interface, click the icon and select Download Provisioning File.
2. Configure the Firewall RED Client on the client machine.
a. Go to Device Configuration > Configure > Network > RED Device Management , and click Add.
b. Specify Branch Name.
c. Select Type as "Firewall-RED-Client".
d. Select Firewall Device.
e. As Firewall IP/Hostname specify the IP address of the machine on which the Firwall RED Server was defined.
f. Upload the Provisioning File downloaded after configuring Firewall-RED-Server.
g. Specify Description.
h. As RED IP, enter the LAN IP of the new RED client interface.
i. Select RED Netmask.
j. Select Zone.
k. Click Save.
The RED interface will be created and listed on the RED Device Management page.
The RED Site-to-Site tunnel will be established and active.