VPN on Windows Vista - Split Tunneling

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You must have a Windows Campus domain login to use the VPN server.  
You must have a Windows Campus domain login to use the VPN server.  
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All Staff, faculty and undergraduates students have a Windows [[Campus Domain Account|Campus domain account]]automatically created. At this time, graduate students must request an account be created. Please refer to the [[Campus Domain Account]] page for instruction on how to automatically request an account.
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All Staff, faculty and undergraduates students have a Windows [[Campus Domain Account|Campus domain account]]automatically created. Graduate students must request an account be created. Please refer to the [[Campus Domain Account]] page for instruction on how to automatically request an account.
== Configuration Instructions ==
== Configuration Instructions ==

Revision as of 15:08, 9 January 2009

If you are trying to access the Library Databases do not use Split Tunneling

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Who can use this?

You must have a Windows Campus domain login to use the VPN server.

All Staff, faculty and undergraduates students have a Windows Campus domain accountautomatically created. Graduate students must request an account be created. Please refer to the Campus Domain Account page for instruction on how to automatically request an account.

Configuration Instructions

Step 1: Open Network and Sharing Center

Open the Network and Sharing Center in Control Panel. Click on “Set up a connection or network”.

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Step 2: Connect to a Workplace

Choose to "Connect to a workplace" and click next

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Step 3: "Use My Internet Connection"

Choose "Use my Internet connection (VPN)

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Step 4: Type the Internet Address

For the Internet address type: vpn.stevens.edu For the Destination name type: Stevens VPN Split Tunnel Also, make sure to check the box next to Don't connect now; just set it up so I can connect later

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Step 5: Type your user name and password

Type in your Campus Domain credentials and click create. You may choose to check the "Remember this password" box, but this is not recommended as anyone with access to the machine now has access to your Domain account.

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Step 6: Click Close

Once it says The connection is ready to use, do not click on connect now, rather click on Close

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Step 7: Open the Network and Sharing Center Again

Now that the connection has been created, we need to edit a few of the settings, so open the network and sharing center again and click on Manage network connections

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Step 8: Select the Stevens VPN Split Tunnel

Right click on the connection Stevens VPN Split Tunnel and click on Properties

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Step 9: Change IPsec Settings

On the Networking tab, click on the button for IPSec Settings

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Once the box pops up, click on Use preshared key for authentication" and type "SITvpn" for the key. Click on Ok

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Step 10: Change IPv4 Settings

Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then click on the button that says Properties

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Once that box pops up, click on the Advanced button.

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Under the IP Settings tab, uncheck the box next to Use Default gateway on remote network and click Ok

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Step 11: Start the Connection

Double click on Stevens VPN Split Tunnel

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Step 12: Enter your Campus Domain Credentials

Enter in your campus domain username and password in the boxes

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Step 13: Select a location

Select a location for this network

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