Create a Site-to-Site VPN between vShield Edge and Draytek

January 27, 2015 Jordansphere Draytek

Components:

vCloud Director 5.1.1/ vShield Edge 5.1.1
Draytek 2820n (FW 3.3.7.5)

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Create VPN from vCloud to Draytek

Firstly we need to create the VPN in vCloud Director. Login to your virtual data centre then go to Administration -> Edge Gateways -> (right click vshield edge) -> Edge Gateway Services -> VPN.

Tick the Enable VPN then click Add.

 

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We will also need to ensure that firewall rule is present (if enabled) to allow traffic from remote network to local network. In this case I just allow all traffic.

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Create VPN from Draytek to vCloud

1: Go to the VPN Settings in the Draytek (VPN -> VPN and Remote Access -> LAN to LAN)

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2. Edit the next available VPN profile

Ensure Call Direction is Both and the pre-shared key is entered correctly

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Click the Advanced button

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After we get the online status we can then check the routing tablle to see if the routes have appeared

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I then tested connectivity by pinging from the VM to the workstation and vice versa.

 

 

 

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