The VPN policy configuration creates a Tunnel Interface between two end points. Static or Dynamic routes can then be added to the Tunnel Interface. The Route. Configuring Tunnel Interface (static route-based) VPN using Enterprise Command Line. Last Updated: 12/6/ Views 9 Users found this article helpful. How to Configure a Tunnel Interface VPN (Route-Based VPN) between two SonicWall UTM appliances ยท Configuring a Tunnel Interface VPN with DHCP Relay.

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Click here interfaace go to the product suggestion community. When it works it’s great. I tried a few, starting with a DC:.

Yes the machine on the remote network is May 15, I had been having constant sporadic drops during the day, but at least it would reconnect.

I followed the instructions on http: But I don’t really know. Reply to this Thread. If it helps I could create a full walkthrough for how to do this on a clean AWS region and a clean sonicwall, but it’d take a lot of time and Dell really should just do it right.

I also have seen tunnels dropping sporadically. Yes, sorry for the confusion.


Thanks for the reply. Virtual Private Gateway Shared Secret: We weren’t able to do 2 VPNs tunnels. What firmware version are you on? I suppose I can try to go through support and see if I can figure out why you still need the static route policy at some point, but I’ve never had much luck with Sonicwall support on anything complicated.

I have attached 2 images of these 2 points. Get the feeling they just don’t have it worked out yet. Having the same issue on a TZ, would like to know the answer.

AWS Developer Forums: Help with SonicWall and IPSec VPN

To route traffic interfac your internal network and your VPC, you will need a static route added to your router. Jun 18, 2: May 4, 4: I’m not sure why you are using NAT.

To establish connectivity between your internal network and inteeface VPC, you! Also, as you exit back up through the configuration layers, you probably need to execute “write file”, which should save the BGP configuration.

ufm I have never had to setup a NAT rule. Oct 11, 9: I’ve tried a range of Connections – I have strict routing enabled. There are route based VPNs, but not needed for this setup. Starting on Page 5, follow the steps, this all works as written. In reply to Robert Yount: There are also some small changes to the CLI that slowed me down.


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When I setup the second tunnel, I get “Error: Main Mode DH Group: I attempted to set this up with our on-premises SonicWall NSA but failed miserably, probably due to my lack of firewall experience.

I don’t see the serve’s struggling to crunch the encryption. I usually use VPN. Are the tunnels reliable and persistent?

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Fantastic well documented article! It caused the BGP routes to show up again, as they are auto-added with metric I have to have, because it wouldn’t connect otherwise, right? So, if you choose to set this up via the command line keep that in mind–something like this may work: I cannot ping my large local network Rebooted the EC2 and everything interfae up.