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[Router] How to configure L2TP on Reyee Gateway

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How to configure L2TP on Reyee Gateway

Router To Router

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HQ
Step 1:Choose VPN→L2TP and enable L2TP


Step 2:Configure L2TP setting and click save

Note:
1) The local address and the IP range of the address pool cannot conflict with the internal network address of the device itself
      Local address:  the local virtual IP of the VPN tunnel, the PC can access the server through this address after dialing in
      Address pool IP range:  the IP address pool assigned by the L2TP server to the branch
2) The PPP link maintenance interval is the default, which refers to the interval at which PPP link maintenance detection messages are sent after PPTP is connected.

Step 3:Choose VPN→VPN Clients and add users to allow branches to dial in with accounts



Note:
Service type: select L2TP
Network mode: select router to router
Peer Subnet: fill in the internal network segment of the branch (be careful not to overlap with the internal network segment of the headquarters)





Branch
Step 1:Choose VPN→L2TP and enable L2TP



Step 2:Configure L2TP setting and click save


Note:
L2TP type: select L2TP client
Username and password: fill in the username and password just added in the headquarters
tunnel IP: This IP address is the address in the IP range of the address pool filled in by the headquarters. Selecting dynamic means randomly assigning the address of the address pool IP address. If selecting static, you can enter any address in the address pool IP by yourself without conflict.
Server address: fill in the WAN port address of the headquarters (public network IP is required.This is a test, so it is a private network address)
Peer Subnet: the internal network segment of the headquarters (do not overlap with the internal network segment of the branch)
Work mode: The work mode here refers to whether the headquarters is allowed to access the branch intranet, if allowed, select [Routing], if not allowed, select [NAT]


Finally: Check the tunnel list




PC To Router

Sample Topology