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    Default Unchecking VPN Functionality

    Hi,

    We have a firewall where there is no VPN terminated. Will there be any issues if we uncheck the VPN functionality in the general properties page. Do i need to restart the firewall after doing so?

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    Default Re: Unchecking VPN Functionality

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_27 View Post
    Hi,

    We have a firewall where there is no VPN terminated. Will there be any issues if we uncheck the VPN functionality in the general properties page. Do i need to restart the firewall after doing so?
    NO, not at all. Just repush the policy and then do "netstat -an | grep 500" and you will not see ISAKMP listening on the firewall.

    Easy right?

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    Default Re: Unchecking VPN Functionality

    Thanks a lot cciesec2006

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    Default Re: Unchecking VPN Functionality

    We unchecked the VPN feature and Pushed the policy. It worked briliantly. And also netstat -an | grep 500 didnt throw out any output. And good thing is that we didnt even reboot the firewall.

    But in the future if need the VPN feature what would i need to do.Do the same thing? Will checking the VPN feature and pushing the policy will do good?

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    Default Re: Unchecking VPN Functionality

    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin_27 View Post
    We unchecked the VPN feature and Pushed the policy. It worked briliantly. And also netstat -an | grep 500 didnt throw out any output. And good thing is that we didnt even reboot the firewall.

    But in the future if need the VPN feature what would i need to do.Do the same thing? Will checking the VPN feature and pushing the policy will do good?
    check the vpn feature and push policy to the firewall. then VPN is activated. Easy right?

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    Thanks a lot once again cciesec2006

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