The attached document takes you through the process of creating a remote access VPN for clients using L2TP back to a Comware 5 or Comware 7 router.
Many sites have a smaller MSR930 (CW5) or MSR954 (CW7) acting as an OOBM router, perhaps with a 4G/LTE connection. An L2TP VPN is an ideal way of using that device to provide full network access.
Larger sites may use the more powerful MSR3000 series to provide more general access to students or staff oven an L2TP VPN.
RADIUS/ClearPass service policy examples for remote users are also included.
Updated version of the L2TP VPN document attached. Now with an additional use case included.
I have a JG665A router used to connect my home network to internet provider by 4G. I want to use expressvpn.com to mask my public IP address and traffic.
expressvpn.com supports PPTP and L2TP and they have supplied user name, password, pre-share key and a local server (denmark-ubuntu-l2tp.expressprovider.com).
Would you care to hint how to setup?
kind regards, Torben
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