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Built into Apple's iPhone is a Cisco IPSec VPN client. Beginning in 7.400 the ASG/UTM has added support for Cisco IPSec VPN clients and therefore can have an iPhone connect. Going further, Sophos has created an easy installation wizard for iPhone users. Please follow the steps below to start an iPhone to UTM IPSec connection.
Interface: The interface that should be listening for connections. This is usually the external interface. Server Certificate: The certificate that the client verifies before connection. Usually left as default. Pool Network: The network range that will be assigned to clients upon log in. Usually left as default. Local Networks: The local networks that should be reachable through the VPN tunnel. Users and Groups: The groups that use Cisco VPN clients (iPhones). Add the users that you created in the first step. Automatic Firewall Rules: (Optional) enable this if you would like to automatically add firewall rules that allow traffic for this connection. The rules are added as soon as the connection is enabled, and they are removed when the connection is disabled.
3 Apply iPhone settings
4 Configure the End User Portal for access
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