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Reporting Configuring PPTP VPN on a Cyberoam UTM w/ MS-CHAPv2
Cyberoam 3G/4G setup -
10.4.x and newer With the default configuration of PPTP VPN on the Cyberoam, only CHAP authentication is set.
Cyberoam PPPoE Logs The setup of PPTP on the Cyberoam UTM requires one hidden step.

Cyberoam Active Cyberoam UTM firmware - Version 10.01.270 or newer.


Directory Integration / Step 1 – Enable PPTP
Configuration (Quick
Links) 1. In the GUI interface, go to VPN -> PPTP
Configure Cyberoam with Under General Configuration: choose the local LAN address to be used by PPTP
Active directory Server - 2. Choose the range to assign to PPTP users
Part 1 Note: Do not specify the same IP address range in L2TP configuration and PPTP configuration.
VMware VSA vs. 3. Specify the DNS Servers to be used.
StorMagic SvSAN FAQ 4. Click "Apply"
Comparison
Using a 3G modem with
Linux
Cyberoam WWAN 3G
setup - Telstra
Cyberoam WWAN 3G
setup - Most ISPs
Cyberoam 3G WWAN
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Step 2 – Set Encryption and Authentication Methods


1. Login to the CLI Console: By clicking Console in the top right corner OR logging in via Telnet or SSH
Choose Menu Option # 4
2. Now use the following syntax to set the encryption and authentication:

console> set vpn pptp authentication MS-CHAPv2 encryption STRONG

3. you can review the settings with the following command:

console> show vpn configuration

Step 3 – Grant Users Logon access via PPTP

There are a few places to grant access to users:


A. Go to IDENTITY -> USERS and click the user you would like to grant PPTP access. Choose “Enable PPTP”.
B. Go to IDENTITY -> GROUPS and click the group you would like to grant PPTP access. Choose “Enable PPTP”.
C. Go to VPN -> PPTP and click “Add Member(s)” and Choose the ‘groups’ or ‘users’. And click Apply

Review Users/Groups with PPTP access:


Go to VPN—PPTP and click “Show PPTP Members” and Choose the ‘groups’ or ‘users’.

Diagnostics and Logging:

1. In CLI -

console> cyberoam diagnostics show syslog

2. In GUI - Go to LOGS & REPORTS -> LOG VIEWER


Choose View logs for “Authentication”

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