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                 <li><b>Tunnel</b> - protects internal routing information by encapsulating the entire IP packet (IP header and payload); commonly used in site-to-site VPN connections; supports NAT traversal.</li>
 
                 <li><b>Tunnel</b> - protects internal routing information by encapsulating the entire IP packet (IP header and payload); commonly used in site-to-site VPN connections; supports NAT traversal.</li>
 
                 <li><b>Transport</b> - only encapsulates IP payload data; used in client-to-site VPN connections; does not support NAT traversal; usually implemented with other tunneling protocols (for example, L2TP).</li>
 
                 <li><b>Transport</b> - only encapsulates IP payload data; used in client-to-site VPN connections; does not support NAT traversal; usually implemented with other tunneling protocols (for example, L2TP).</li>
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    <td>My identifier type</td>
 
        <td>FQDN | User FQDN | Address; default: <b>FQDN</b></td>
 
        <td>Defines the type of identity used in user (IPsec instance) authentication.
 
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                <li><b>FQDN</b> - identity defined by fully qualified domain name. It is the complete domain name for a host (for example, <i>something.somedomain.com</i>). Only supported with IKEv2.</li>
 
                <li><b>User FQDN</b> - identity defined by fully qualified username string (for example, <i>username@something.somedomain.com</i>). Only supported with IKEv2.</li>
 
                <li><b>Address</b> - identity by IP address.</li>
 
 
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Revision as of 16:42, 8 November 2019

IPsec

To create a new IPsec instance, go to the Services → VPN → IPsec section, enter a custom name and click "Add". An IPsec instance with the given name will appear in the "IPsec Configuration" list.

To begin configuration, click the 'Edit' button located next to the instance.

IPsec configuration


The IPsec configuration section is used to configure the main parameters of an IPsec connection. Refer to the figure and table below for information on the configuration fields located in the general settings section.

[[File:{{{file_ipsec_config}}}]]

Field Value Description
Enable yes | no; default: no Turns the IPsec instance on or off.
IKE version IKEv1 | IKEv2; default: IKEv1 Internet Key Exchange (IKE) version used for key exchange.
  • IKEv1 - more commonly used but contains known issues, for example, dealing with NAT.
  • IKEv2 - updated version with increased and improved capabilities, such as integrated NAT support, supported multihosting, deprecated exchange modes (does not use main or aggressive mode; only 4 messages required to establish a connection).
Mode Main | Aggressive; default: Main Internet Security and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP) phase 1 exchange mode.
  • Main - performs three two-way exchanges between the initiator and the receiver (a total of 9 messages).
  • Aggressive - performs fewer exchanges than main mode (a total of 6 messages) by storing most data into the first exchange. In aggressive mode, the information is exchanged before there is a secure channel, making it less secure but faster than main mode.
Type Tunnel | Transport; default: Tunnel Type of connection.
  • Tunnel - protects internal routing information by encapsulating the entire IP packet (IP header and payload); commonly used in site-to-site VPN connections; supports NAT traversal.
  • Transport - only encapsulates IP payload data; used in client-to-site VPN connections; does not support NAT traversal; usually implemented with other tunneling protocols (for example, L2TP).
On startup Ignore | Add | Route | Start; default: Start Defines how the instance should act on router startup.
  • Ignore - does not start the tunnel.
  • Add - loads a connection without starting it.
  • Route - starts the tunnel only if there is traffic.
  • Start - starts the tunnel on router startup.
My identifier ip | string; default: none Defines how the user (IPsec instance) will be identified during authentication.
Tunnel: Local IP address/Subnet mask ip/netmask | default: none Local IP address and subnet mask used to determine which part of the network can be accessed in the VPN network. Netmask range [0..32]. If left empty, IP address will be selected automatically.
Left firewall off | on; default: on Adds neccessary firewall rules to allow traffic of this IPsec instance on this router.
Force encapsulation yes | no; default: no Forces UDP encapsulation for ESP packets even if a "no NAT" situation is detected.
Dead Peer Detection yes | no; default: no A function used during Internet Key Exchange (IKE) to detect a "dead" peer. It used to reduce traffic by minimizing the number of messages when the opposite peer in unavailable and as failover mechanism.
Dead Peer Detection: Delay (sec) integer; default: none The frequency of checking whether a peer is still availaible or not.
Dead Peer Detection: Timeout (sec) integer; default: none Time limit after which the IPsec instance will stop checking the availability of a peer and determine it to be "dead" if no response is received.
Remote VPN endpoint host | ip; default: none IP address or hostname of the remote IPsec instance.
Tunnel: Remote IP address/subnet mask ip/netmask; default: none Remote network IP address and subnet mask used to determine which part of the network can be accessed in the VPN network. Netmask range [0..32]. This value must differ from the device’s LAN IP.
Right firewall yes | no; default: yes Adds neccessary firewall rules to allow traffic of from the opposite IPsec instance on this router.
Transport: Use with DMVPN yes | no; default: no Adds several necessary options to make DMVPN work.
Enable keepalive yes | no; default: no When enabled, the instance sends ICMP packets to the specified host at the specified frequency. If no response is received, the router will attempt to restart the connection.
Host host | ip; default: none Hostname or IP address to which keepalive ICMP packets will be sent to.
Ping period (sec) integer [0..9999999]; default: none The frequency at which keepalive ICMP packets will be sent to the specified host or IP address.
Allow WebUI access yes | no; default: no Allows WebUI access for hosts in the VPN network.
Custom options ipsec options; default: none Provides the possibility to further customize the connection by adding extra IPsec options.

Additional notes:

  • Some configuration fields become available only when certain other parameters are selected. The names of the parameters are followed by a prefix that specifies the authentication type under which they become visible. Different color codes are used for different prefixes:
    • Red for Type: Tunnel
    • Purple for Type: Transport
    • Blue for Dead Peer Detection: Enabled
  • After changing any of the parameters, don't forget to click the Save button located at the bottom-right side of the page.

Phase settings

IKE (Internet Key Exchange) is a protocol used to set up security associations (SAs) for the IPsec connection. This process is required before the IPsec tunnel can be established. It is done in two phases:


Phase Mode
Phase 1
  • Establishes a secure channel between peers
  • Authenticates peers
  • Negotiates SA policy
  • Shares secret keys
  • Establishes secure tunnel for phase 2
Main mode (figure 1)
  • 6 packets exchanged
  • Identity protected during exchange
Aggressive mode (figure 2)
  • 3 packets exchanged
  • Identity information exchanged before a secure channel is established
Phase 2
  • Sets up matching IPsec SAs
  • Periodically renegotiates IPsec SAs
Quick mode
  • 3 packets exchanged
  • IPsec SA parameters (ESP/AH, SHA/MD5) established
  • SA lifetime set


Figure 1 Figure 2
[[File:{{{file_ipsec_main_mode}}}]] [[File:{{{file_ipsec_aggressive_mode}}}]]

[[File:{{{file_ipsec_phase}}}]]

Field Value Description
Encryption algorithm DES | 3DES | AES128 | AES192 | AES256; default: 3DES Algorithm used for data encryption.
Authentication/Hash algorithm MD5 | SHA1 | SHA256 | SHA384 | SHA512; default: SHA1 Algorithm used for exchanging authentication and hash information.
DH group/PFS group MODP768 | MODP1024 | MODP1536 | MODP2048 | MODP3072 | MODP4096; default: MODP1536 Diffie-Hellman (DH) group used in the key exchange process. Higher group numbers provide more security, but take longer and use more resources to compute the key.
Lifetime integer; default: 8 hours Defines a time period after which the phase will re-initiate its exchange of information.

Pre-shared keys


A pre-shared key is a secret password used for authentication between IPsec peers before a secure tunnel is established. To create a new key, click the 'Add' button.

The figure below is an example of the Pre-shared keys section and the table below provides information on configuration fields contained in that section:

[[File:{{{file_ipsec_psk}}}]]

Field Value Description
Pre-shared key string; default: none A shared password used for authentication between IPsec peers before a secure channel is established.
Secret's ID selector string; default: none Each secret can be preceded by a list of optional ID selectors. A selector is an IP address, a Fully Qualified Domain Name, user@FQDN or %any.
NOTE: IKEv1 only supports IP address ID selector.