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Next step in configuring IPsec instance is '''Phase''' settings. For this example we left the default RUTX '''Phase 1''' and '''Phase 2''' settings.
 
Next step in configuring IPsec instance is '''Phase''' settings. For this example we left the default RUTX '''Phase 1''' and '''Phase 2''' settings.
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When you're finished with the configuration, click '''Save''' button and then you will be prompted back to IPsec window where you will need to configure '''Pre-shared key'''.
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# Press '''Add''' button.
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# Write '''Pre-shared key''' (a shared password used for authentication between the peers. The value of this field must match on both instances).
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# Add '''Secret's ID selector''' (Cisco LAN IP).
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# Press '''Save'''.
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When you're finished with the configuration, click '''Save''' button and then you will be prompted back to IPsec window.
 
==Cisco configuration==
 
==Cisco configuration==
  
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