SSL VPN-Plus allows individual users to establish a secure VPN connection between their computer and vCloud networks. When an SSL encrypted connection is established, the user can access the resources in protected networks.
You can create a VPN connection using special software. To install this software, you need to enter a VPN portal with a username and password to download and install the required VPN client.
If you want to create a permanent VPN connection between a local network (office) and vCloud, located in a different geographic location, you should use IPSEC VPN.
To set up a new SSL VPN connection, create IP range for connected clients.
Select any IP range of intranet and turn the "Status" switch to active.
Add VPN users.
Now you can choose username and password. You can choose whether to regularly update your password, whether the user can change the password, and whether the user should select a new password immediately after the next login.
Set up private networks for VPN users to access.
Set up private networks where VPN users can access.
Configure the VPN software package.
You can choose which operating system you need the software for. Supported on Windows, Linux and Mac.
SSL VPN connection configured. Now enable the VPN service. You can choose the external IP address and the port on which the VPN portal will work. You also can choose between different ciphers.
In the previous step, we used the "Self-Signed" certificate. However, under the "Change server certificate" button, a proper commercial certificate can be used.
In the previous step, we used the "Self-Signed" certificate. However, under the "Change server certificate" button, a proper commercial certificate can be used. https://www.wavecom.ee/ssl
The IP address configured in the previous step now opens the VPN portal, which you can access by entering the data added by the user in step No. 3.
When you enter the portal, you can download the necessary software for connecting a computer with vCloud via VPN.
More detailed documentation can be found on VMware page.