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Barracuda SSL VPN


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How to Configure the Network Connector

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Configure the server side settings for the network connector and create the client configurations. Supported platforms are Windows, Linux and macOS.

The displayed Network and IP Address are those already assigned to the Barracuda SSL VPN. The IP addresses distributed by the Network Connector to remote systems must be a subnet of the IP address range that you assigned to the unit in the administrative interface. For example:

Barracuda SSL VPN IP configuration: with netmask

Available: IPs for the Network Connector LANs: -

Configuring a new network

  1. Go to the RESOURCES > Network Connector page.
  2. Click Configure Network to bring up the Create Network Configuration page.
  3. In the Server Information section, configure the network information that will apply to your remote users:

    1. In the IP Address Range Start and End fields, enter the first and last IP addresses of a DHCP range that can be assigned to remote systems. All Network Connector IP addresses will be assigned from a DHCP range that is derived from this information. To prevent IP conflicts, the specified range must NOT be a part of any other existing DHCP range.
    2. If you want your remote users to default to using a different domain name and DNS server, enter your desired values for Domain Name and Primary DNS Server.

      The default values are derived from the values already assigned to the Barracuda SSL VPN. The domain name configured here will be used whenever a requested system is identified only by its system name without the domain portion (i.e., not as an FQDN), and the primary DNS server will be used to resolve all supplied hostnames. 

  4. From the Available Policies area, select the policies that contain the users who should be allowed access to this Network Connector configuration and click Add >> to add them to the Selected Policies.
  5. Click Save when you are done. 

This will create a LAN entry in the Server Interfaces section, and a corresponding LAN client entry in the Client Configurations section. As soon as a server interface is created, you can customize the configuration according to your requirements:

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