Setting up a site-to-site VPN involves a series of steps, and it's specific to your network infrastructure. NGAF (Next-Generation Adaptive Firewall) devices might have their own interface and protocols for VPN setup. Typically, for a site-to-site VPN between HQ and branches:
1. Identify VPN Parameters: Note down HQ and branch network details, like IP addresses, encryption methods, authentication protocols, etc.
2. Access NGAF Interfaceog in to the NGAF device's management interface. This could be a web-based GUI or a command-line interface.
3. Configure VPN Settingsook for VPN or tunneling settings in the NGAF interface. You'll need to specify settings like tunnel endpoints (HQ and branch IPs), encryption algorithms, shared keys, etc.
4. Establish Connection:Once settings are configured, initiate the connection from both ends. Monitor logs or status indicators to ensure the VPN connection is established successfully.
5. Test Connectivity:Verify if devices from HQ can communicate with devices at the branches and vice versa. Troubleshoot any connectivity issues if they arise.
As NGAF devices might have their own interface and specifics for VPN setup, it's crucial to refer to the device's documentation or vendor-provided guides for detailed step-by-step instructions tailored to your specific NGAF model and firmware version.