Device Configuration : Configure : VPN : SSL VPN (Site to Site)
SSL VPN (Site to Site)
Site-to-site VPN tunnels can be established via an SSL connection. SSL VPN connections have distinct roles attached. The tunnel endpoints act as either client or server. The client always initiates the connection, the server responds to client requests. Keep in mind that this contrasts IPsec where both endpoints normally can initiate a connection.
Device Configuration > Configure > VPN > SSL VPN (Site to Site)
Server Connections
This section lists all existing SSL VPN site-to-site server connections. Following is a description of the table elements:
Status
Displays if the connection is activated or not. You can activate/deactivate the connection with help of the displayed toggle switch.
Connection Name
Displays the name of the connection.
Local Networks
Displays the local networks that are allowed to be accessed remotely.
Remote Networks
Displays the remote networks that are allowed to connect to the local network(s).
Manage
Displays the available managing options for the connection:
Edit: Allows you to edit the connection.
Delete: Allows you to delete the connection.
A connection can be added or deleted by pressing the concerning buttons.
Client Connections
This section lists all existing SSL VPN site-to-site client connections. Following is a description of the table elements:
Status
Displays if the connection is activated or not. You can activate/deactivate the connection with help of the displayed toggle switch.
Connection Name
Displays the name of the connection.
Use HTTP Proxy Server
Displays the HTTP proxy server which is used for the connection.
Manage
Displays the available managing options for the connection:
Edit: Allows you to edit the connection.
Delete: Allows you to delete the connection.
A connection can be added or deleted by pressing the concerning buttons.