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Interoperation Configuration Guide

AR Router

This document provides cases for connecting AR enterprise routers to devices of other vendors.
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Configuring the FW

Configuring the FW

  1. Log in to the web system of FW

    1. Enter the URL of the FW and press Enter. The login page is displayed. Enter user name and password, and click Login.
    2. After login, the main page is displayed.
    Figure 19-3  Web main page

  2. Configure IP addresses for interfaces.

    Choose System > Network > Interfaces to access the interface configuration page.

    1. Configure an IP address for the public interface. Choose wan1 in Name and right-click Edit.
      Figure 19-4  Configuring an IP address for the public interface

    2. Configure an IP address for the private interface. Choose port1 in Name and right-click Edit.
    Figure 19-5  Configuring an IP address for the private interface

  3. Configure IP addresses and static routes to the peer. This example assumes that the next hop address of the route is 2.1.1.2.

    1. Choose Router > Static > Static Routes to access the static route configuration page, and click Create New.
    2. Configure a public network route.
      Figure 19-6  Configuring a public network route

    3. Configure a private network route.
    Figure 19-7  Configuring a private network route

  4. Configure IPSec.

    1. Choose VPN > IPSec > Tunnels to access the IPSec configuration page.
      Figure 19-8  IPSec configuration page

    2. Click Create New, enter the IPSec tunnel name in Name, and select Custom VPN Tunnel (No Template).
      Figure 19-9  Configuring the IPSec tunnel name and template

    3. Click Next to access the IPSec parameter configuration page.

      You can configure parameters as needed under Comments.

      Figure 19-10  Configuring IPSec parameters

    4. Configure IP Address and Interface under Network, and modify other parameters as needed.
      Figure 19-11  Configuring network

    5. Configure Pre-shared Key in Authentication, and choose Version and Mode under IKE.
      Figure 19-12  Configuring authentication and IKE

    6. Configure parameters for Phase 1 Proposal.
      Figure 19-13  Configuring an IKE proposal

    7. Choose Phase 2 Selectors > New Phase 2 to configure IPSec encrypted data flows, and configure parameters under Phase 2 Proposal.
      Figure 19-14  Configuring parameters for phase 2 proposal

    8. Click OK to complete IPSec configuration.

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Updated: 2019-05-17

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