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Table of contents

ProSAFE Dual WAN Gigabit SSL

1

Firewall

1

Compliance

2

Trademarks

2

Revision History

2

Contents

3

Key Features and Capabilities

13

Security Features

16

Extensive Protocol Support

16

Maintenance and Support

17

Package Contents

18

Hardware Features

18

Back Panel

20

DEFAULT ACCESS

21

Login Requirements

22

IPv4 Requirements

24

IPv6 Requirements

24

WAN Settings

28

 Complete these tasks:

29

Classical Routing

31

IPv4 Internet Connection

32

Protocol Binding

50

Method for IPv4 Interfaces

56

Secondary IPv4 WAN Addresses

60

Dynamic DNS

63

Configure Dynamic DNS

63

Managing Advanced WAN Options

66

Change a QoS Profile

82

IPv6 Network

87

IPv6 Routing Mode

88

Enable the IPv6 Routing Mode

89

Connection Automatically

90

6to4 Tunnel

101

ISATAP Tunnel

103

Configure an ISATAP Tunnel

104

Change an ISATAP Tunnel

105

Stateless IP/ICMP Translation

108

Interfaces

112

What to Do Next

114

IPv4 LANs and VLANs

116

Port-Based VLANs

117

Assign VLAN Profiles

117

DHCP Servers

119

DHCP Relay

120

DNS Proxy

120

LDAP Servers

120

Add a VLAN Profile

121

7. Click the Add button

122

Change a VLAN Profile

125

Network Database

133

DHCP Address Reservation

134

Manage the Network Database

134

IPv4 DMZ

141

Manage Static IPv4 Routing

145

Add a Static IPv4 Route

146

9. Click the Apply button

147

Change a Static IPv4 Route

148

IPv4 Static Route Example

152

Manage the IPv6 LAN

154

Delegation for the LAN

156

Setting Description

162

IPv6 LAN Setup

162

10. Click the Apply button

163

Your settings are saved

163

Add an IPv6 LAN Address Pool

169

Add Advertisement Prefixes

176

IPv6 DMZ

185

Add an IPv6 DMZ Address Pool

201

Manage Static IPv6 Routing

205

Change a Static IPv6 Route

207

9. Click the Delete button

209

Customize Firewall Protection

210

Firewall Protection

211

Firewall Rules Overview

212

Default LAN WAN Rules

212

Default DMZ WAN Rules

213

Default LAN DMZ Rules

213

Number of Rules Supported

213

Categories of Service

213

Order of Precedence

214

Settings for Inbound Rules

219

Add LAN WAN Rules

225

Add DMZ WAN Rules

235

Add LAN DMZ Rules

244

 To manage an existing rule:

253

Examples of Firewall Rules

254

WAN Rules screen

256

Addresses

257

Single LAN User

262

LAN WAN Rules screen

265

Site on the Internet

266

Manage VPN Pass-Through

271

VPN Pass-Through

272

Set Limits for IPv4 Sessions

274

Multicast Pass-Through

278

Manage Firewall Objects

281

Firewall Objects

282

Manage Customized Services

282

Services Overview

283

Add a Customized Service

283

Change a Customized Service

284

Service Groups Overview

286

Add a Service Group

287

Change a Service Group

288

IP Address Groups Overview

290

Add an IP Address Group

290

Change an IP Address Group

292

Define a Schedule

294

IPv4 QoS Profiles Overview

296

Add an IPv4 QoS Profile

296

Change an IPv4 QoS Profile

298

Bandwidth Profiles Overview

301

Change a Bandwidth Profile

304

Protect Your Network

307

Manage Content Filtering

308

Enable Source MAC Filtering

314

Manage IP/MAC Bindings

316

Change an IPv4/MAC Binding

319

Number of Dropped Packets

321

Change an IPv6/MAC Binding

324

Manage Port Triggering

327

Add a Port Triggering Rule

328

Change a Port Triggering Rule

330

 To enable UPnP:

332

With IPSec Connections

335

Dual WAN Port Systems

336

Configurations

337

IPSec VPN Wizard Overview

338

8. Click the Apply button

342

Client-to-Gateway Tunnels

347

4. Click the Next button

353

ProSAFE VPN Client

357

5. Click the Save button

359

8. Click the Save button

360

12. Click the Save button

362

Information

363

IKE Policies

369

View the IKE Policies

369

 To view the IKE policies:

370

Manually Add an IKE Policy

371

IPv6 settings are identical

373

Change an IKE Policy

378

VPN Policies Overview

381

View the VPN Policies

382

Manually Add a VPN Policy

384

Change a VPN Policy

389

Mode Config Overview

397

14. Click the Apply button

404

Operation

405

Change a Mode Config Record

413

Configure Keep-Alives

415

Dead Peer Detection

417

Manage the PPTP Server

420

Item Description

423

Manage the L2TP Server

424

L2TP Server Configuration

425

SSL VPN Portals Overview

429

SSL VPN Wizard Overview

431

WARNING:

433

Domains on page 492

437

10. Click the Next button

437

Disconnect Active Users

447

Portal Layouts Overview

451

Create a Portal Layout

451

Change a Portal Layout

454

 To change a portal layout:

455

SSL VPN Clients Overview

462

Network Objects Overview

470

Add an SSL Network Resource

471

Add Resource Addresses

473

SSL Policies Overview

476

View SSL VPN Policies

477

VPN Certificates

490

VPN Firewall’s Authentication

491

Accounts

492

Add an Authentication Domain

493

Manage Authentication Groups

498

Add an Authentication Group

499

Manage User Accounts

502

User Accounts Overview

503

Add a User Account

504

Change a User Account

506

Configure Login Policies

508

 To change a password:

515

VPN Certificates Overview

517

Upload a CA Certificate

518

Remove a CA Certificate

520

View Self-Signed Certificates

524

 To remove one or more CSRs:

525

 To remove one or more CRLs:

528

Figure 12. Security alert

529

Optimize Performance and

530

Manage Your System

530

Performance Management

531

Features That Reduce Traffic

532

Content Filtering

533

Source MAC Filtering

534

Port Triggering

536

DMZ Port

536

Exposed Hosts

536

VPN, L2TP, and PPTP Tunnels

536

Setting QoS Priorities

537

Assigning Bandwidth Profiles

537

Remote Access

538

Configure Remote Access

539

 To access the CLI:

541

SNMP Overview

542

Change an SNMP Configuration

544

Manage the Configuration File

550

Back Up Settings

551

Restore Settings

552

Upgrade the Firmware

554

Monitor System Access and

561

Performance

561

11. Click the Apply button

567

Configure and Activate Logs

571

Enable the Syslogs

575

View the DNS Logs

578

View the NTP Logs

579

View the System Status

586

View the VLAN Status

594

View the IPv6 Tunnel Status

595

View the VPN Logs

597

Connection

598

View the Attached Devices

603

View the DHCP Log

605

All log entries are removed

606

Use the Diagnostics Utilities

608

Trace a Route

610

Look Up a DNS Address

612

Display the Routing Tables

612

Capture Packets in Real Time

613

Check the WAN IP Address

619

Interface

626

WAN Ports

628

Planning Overview

629

Planning for Inbound Traffic

634

Reliability

640

Log Message Terms

646

System Log Messages

646

Login and Logout

647

System Startup

648

Firewall Restart

648

ICMP Redirect Logs

649

Multicast and Broadcast Logs

650

Load Balancing

650

Auto-Rollover

650

PPP Logs

652

• PPTP idle time-out logs

653

• PPP authentication logs

653

IPSec VPN Logs

654

SSL VPN Logs

659

Routing Logs

660

LAN to WAN Logs

661

LAN to DMZ Logs

661

DMZ to WAN Logs

661

WAN to LAN Logs

661

Other Event Logs

662

Source MAC Filter Logs

663

Bandwidth Limit Logs

663

DHCP Logs

664

Two-Factor Authentication

665

Two-Factor Authentication

666

7. Click the Login button

669

You are logged in

669

Specifications

670

Factory Default Settings

671

Numerics

679





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