13- Staying on the "Security" tab, change the VPN Advanced Settings by selecting the "Pre-shared key" option. You will need the shared key ("Pre-shared key") that was given to your by your firewall/VPN administrator. You have completed the configuration of your new VPN L2TP/IPSec connection on your Windows 7 machine. 2- Connecting to the VPN.

But if you have to use legacy Cisco VPN Client, just use this solution. Now, let’s configure the Cisco VPN Client itself. Under “Authentication” tab you configure the name of the profile and pre-shared key that you have already configured at Cisco ASA. At the “Transport” tab the most important feature is “Allow Local LAN Access”. Cisco VPN client. The VPN gateway setup presented in the previous section is interoperable with the Cisco VPN client configured in mutual group authentication (this is a synonym for Hybrid authentication). The group and group password required by Cisco VPN client are ignored by racoon(8), but that does not make user authentication unsecure. The pre-shared key must be the same on both IPSEC VPN devices between which the secure tunnel is created. To configure the pre-shared key on a Cisco ASA: tunnel-group type ipsec-l2l tunnel-group ipsec-attributes In Advanced Properties dialog box, choose "Use preshared key for authentication" and enter the pre-shared key that admin created in Security appliance > Configure > Client VPN settings. Back at the Network Connections window, right-click on the VPN connection and click Connect / Disconnect. Find your VPN profile and click Connect. In the Authentication section, click on the Credentials sub-tab and enter the same pre-shared key you configured on the IPsec VPN Server Setup page in the Pre Shared Key field. Step 11. Click on the Phase 1 tab. Configure the following parameters to have the same settings that you configured for the RV130/RV130W in Step 2 of the IPSec VPN Server User Configuration section of this document. Select Start > Programs > Cisco Systems VPN Client > VPN Client. Click New to launch the Create New VPN Connection Entry window. Enter the name of the Connection Entry along with a description. Enter the outside IP address of the PIX Firewall in the Host box. Then enter the VPN Group name and password and click Save. pre-shared-key * If you need to recover back your keys because you have lots of folks running around with Cisco IPSec VPN clients with a standard PCF file and you can't remember what the group pre-shared-key is or don't have it documented you can do the following command.

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If Mobile VPN with L2TP on the Firebox is configured to use a pre-shared key as the IPSec credential method: Select Use pre-shared key for authentication. In the Key text box, type the pre-shared key for this tunnel. The pre-shared key must match the pre-shared key configured on the Firebox Mobile VPN with L2TP IPSec settings. > Have anyone managed to use racoon as a VPN client to a Cisco Concentrator? > How do I map the 4 things they sent me to racoon config? Yes. First, use the latest version (CVS) of racoon, the xauth with pre-shared-key is not yet integrated into a release. The following screen will appear. Click "Use preshared key for authentication" and input the pre-shared key on the "Key" field. After the above configuration finished, click the "OK" button twice to close the property screen of the VPN connection setting. The embedded iPhone VPN client works over both Wi-Fi and EDGE network connections. Good news, both the Cisco IOS routers and the ASA appliance support this. In fact, they’ve supported it all along.

Name. cisco-decrypt - decrypts an obfuscated Cisco vpn client pre-shared key Synopsis. cisco-decrypt Description. This command accompanies vpnc.It decrypts the obfuscated pre-shared key from *.pcf-configuration files, which must be specified on the command line.

There is a couple of IPSec compatible VPN client: openswan; ike; vpnc; official cisco linux client; They all work well depending of the IPSec server. There is even a GUI for VPNC that integrate into Ubuntu network manager. Official Cisco client is harder to install, require kernel headers, user-space binaries in 32 bits only. When prompted for your pre-shared key: ‣ Pre-shared key: Enter the pre-shared key that you configured on the VPN gateway ‣ Optional: Check the box Store in Keychain to save the password in your keychain so you are not asked for it again when connecting the next time ‣ Click OK 12 Select “Cisco VPN Client,” click Next; Select “Pre-shared key,” then fill in what I’m going to call your “VPN Connection Password.” This will be saved in the client and should be as long and secure as possible. Tunnel Group Name: Enter what I’m going to call your “VPN Connection Username,” and Click Next. Cisco Meraki MX Client VPN requires Aggressive Mode IKE in order to use Pre-Shared Key authentication and avoid the installation of certificates on clients. Customers who have Client VPN enabled may fail PCI, SOX, or other security audits because Aggressive Mode IKE is detected. – VPN provider – Windows (built-in) (4) – Connection – you must give a name to this connection, for example HideIPVPN L2TP IPsec (5) – Server name or address – type server name you want to connect to. For example us3.hideipvpn.com (6) – VPN type – L2TP/IPsec with pre-shared key (7) – In Pre-shared key please type – hideipvpn (8) This value is a path to a PEM or PKCS12 file that contains the private key that the client will use during phase 1 authentication. This value is required when a Mutual RSA Authentication mode is selected. Pre Shared Key. This value is a string that represents the Preshared Key that the client will use during phase 1 authentication. A Preshared 1. Cisco ASA5525 version 9.2(4) and ASDM version 7.6(1). 2. Network behind the ASA 3. IP addresses of the remote clients to 254 (DNS 4. Split tunnelling enabled. 5. Local (On the ASA) user authentication. 6. Authentication via Pre Shared Key 1234567890. Configure the ASA 5500 for L2TP IPSEC VPNs