Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN Between Cisco ASA and pfSense
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Creating a site-to-site Azure VPN with PFSense FirstI need to create a Azure Virtual Network and Subnet. I go to All services and find Virtual networks I add a Virtual network called EastAzureVnet with a Subnet called EastServerSubnetand leave the defaults.
The last thing to do is to set up the pfSense configuration. Log on to the pfSense web interface and goto VPN – IPsec and enable IPsec. We start with creating the phase 1 part of the VPN tunnel. Create a new one and add the Azure gateway and the key. Now we need to set up phase 2 of the IPsec tunnel. Site To Site Open VPN to Pfsense Server - Crowd Support Dec 06, 2018
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Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN Between Cisco ASA and pfSense Site-to-Site IPSEC VPN Between Cisco ASA and pfSense IPSEC is a standardized protocol (IETF standard) which means that it is supported by many different vendors. Therefore if you want to create a VPN between different vendor devices, then IPSEC VPN is the way to go.