SSL VPN Server - How To


#1

I have Balance 20 and 30 at two ends. The ISPs at both end-points block all the ports expect for port 443(ssl) and few essential onces like port 80, 3389, etc… I could not find any data on Peplink 210/310 concerning SSL VPN Server. I am planning to invest in a peplink device (i.e. 210/310) if it were to offer SSL VPN Support. Can you please guide me whether is it possible to setup up SSL VPN, If yes then how many and which routers would suffice given that I need only one connection and would like a hardware substitute rather than a dedicated server.
Thank you.


#2

Peplink Balance does not have build-in SSL VPN server. But I am wondering your ISP is really blocked TCP 443? Therefore, ISP disallows you to access https://www.gmail.com https://www.facebook.com or any e-banking.

BTW, Peplink Balance 210 or above supports SpeedFusion VPN which allows routing between two locations, so that your workstations/servers can be communicated between two locations

https://forum.peplink.com/t/understanding-peplink-speedfusion/8431

#3

Hi Chan,

Well you read it wrong. My ISP doesnot block 443, nor does any other ISP(I have 3 concurrent connections). They are blocking the PPTP and IPsec related ports.

What port does Speedfusion VPN use, Can it be configured to use either port 80 (or) 443.


#4

Sorry, I overlooked. SpeedFusion use TCP 32015 (cannot be changed) and UDP 4500 (can be changed to other UDP port) ports. You need to verify with ISP these ports are being blocked or not.


#5

No. They block all ports expect for these common ports like… 25, 80, 110, 135, 139, 443, 445 & 3389