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PacketiX VPN 2.0 Wellcom to PacketiX VPN 2.0 Online Manual Introduction Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0.

Introduction

Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0.2.0 Wellcom to PacketiX VPN 2.0 Online Manual Introduction Before Reading the Manual Content ⦆ ⦆

Before Reading the Manual2.0 Online Manual Introduction Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0. Content ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 1: Overview 1.1

ContentWelcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0. Before Reading the Manual ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 1: Overview 1.1 What

Chapter 1: OverviewPacketiX VPN 2.0. Before Reading the Manual Content ⦆ ⦆ 1.1 What is PacketiX VPN? 1.2

1.1 What is PacketiX VPN?

1.1 What is PacketiX VPN?

1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed

1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed

1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License

1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License

1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method

1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method

1.5 Bolstering Security

1.5 Bolstering Security

1.6 VPN Communication Details

1.6 VPN Communication Details

1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering

1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering

1.8 Multiple Language Support

1.8 Multiple Language Support

1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function

1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function

Language Support 1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0 Overall

Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0 Overall Manual

2.1 VPN Communications Protocol

2.1 VPN Communications Protocol

2.2 User Authentication

2.2 User Authentication

2.3 Server Authentication

2.3 Server Authentication

2.4 VPN Server Manager

2.4 VPN Server Manager

2.5 VPN Client Manager

2.5 VPN Client Manager

2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd)

2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd)

2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 3 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Manual

Chapter 3 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Manual

3.1 Operating Environment

3.1 Operating Environment

3.2 Operating Modes

3.2 Operating Modes

3.3 VPN Server Administration

3.3 VPN Server Administration

3.4 Virtual HUB Functions

3.4 Virtual HUB Functions

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Virtual HUB SecurityPacketiX⦆VPN⦆2.0⦆Online⦆Manual 2/685⦆ページ Local Bridges Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP Servers 3.5 3.6

Local Bridges2/685⦆ページ Virtual HUB Security Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP Servers 3.5 3.6 3.7 Virtual

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Virtual Layer 3 SwitchesBridges Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP Servers 3.5 3.6 3.7 Clustering Logging Service Day-to-Day Management 3.8

ClusteringVirtual DHCP Servers 3.5 3.6 3.7 Virtual Layer 3 Switches Logging Service Day-to-Day Management 3.8 3.9

Logging ServiceDHCP Servers 3.5 3.6 3.7 Virtual Layer 3 Switches Clustering Day-to-Day Management 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11

Day-to-Day Management3.6 3.7 Virtual Layer 3 Switches Clustering Logging Service 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 ⦆ ⦆ Chapter

3.8

3.9

3.10

3.11

Service Day-to-Day Management 3.8 3.9 3.10 3.11 ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual

Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual

4.1 Operating Environment

4.1 Operating Environment

4.2 Operating the VPN Client

4.2 Operating the VPN Client

4.3 Virtual Network Adapter

4.3 Virtual Network Adapter

4.4 VPN Server Connection Method

4.4 VPN Server Connection Method

4.5 Connecting to VPN Server

4.5 Connecting to VPN Server

4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards

4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards

4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment

4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment

4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput

4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput

4.9 Other Functions

4.9 Other Functions

Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 ManualEffective Throughput 4.9 Other Functions ⦆ ⦆ 5.1 Operating Environment 5.2 Operating Modes 5.3

5.1 Operating Environment

5.1 Operating Environment

5.2 Operating Modes

5.2 Operating Modes

5.3 Differences between VPN Server and VPN Bridge

5.3 Differences between VPN Server and VPN Bridge

5.3 Differences between VPN Server and VPN Bridge ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line Management Utility

Chapter 6 Command Line Management Utility Manual

Overview of vpncmd⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line Management Utility Manual General Usage of vpncmd VPN Server /

General Usage of vpncmd6 Command Line Management Utility Manual Overview of vpncmd VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command

VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command Reference (For Utility Manual Overview of vpncmd General Usage of vpncmd 6.1 6.2 6.3 Entire Server) 6.4 VPN

6.1

6.2

6.3

Entire Server)

6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command Reference (For Management Command Reference (For 6.1 6.2 6.3 Entire Server) Virtual HUB) VPN Client Management Command Reference

Virtual HUB)

VPN Client Management Command Reference/ VPN Bridge Management Command Reference (For Virtual HUB) VPN Tools Command Reference 6.5 6.6 ⦆

VPN Tools Command Reference(For Virtual HUB) VPN Client Management Command Reference 6.5 6.6 ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX

6.5

6.6

Reference VPN Tools Command Reference 6.5 6.6 ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX VPN Server 2.0

Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX VPN Server 2.0

7.1 Installation Precautions

7.1 Installation Precautions

7.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

7.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

7.3 Installing to Linux and Configuring the Default Settings

7.3 Installing to Linux and Configuring the Default Settings

7.4 Default Settings

7.4 Default Settings

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7.5 Installing to Other Unix Systems

7.5 Installing to Other Unix Systems

7.6 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Server 2.0

7.6 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Server 2.0

Systems 7.6 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 8 Installing PacketiX VPN Client 2.0

Chapter 8 Installing PacketiX VPN Client 2.0

8.1 Installation Precautions

8.1 Installation Precautions

8.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

8.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

8.3 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Client 2.0

8.3 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Client 2.0

Chapter 9 Installing PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.08.3 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 ⦆ ⦆ 9.1 Installation Precautions 9.2 Installing to Windows

9.1 Installation Precautions

9.1 Installation Precautions

9.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

9.2 Installing to Windows and Configuring the Default Settings

9.3 Installing to Linux and Configuring the Default Settings

9.3 Installing to Linux and Configuring the Default Settings

9.4 Default Settings

9.4 Default Settings

9.5 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0

9.5 Uninstalling PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0

Chapter 10 Instructions and Examples For Configuring a VPN

Chapter 10 Instructions and Examples For Configuring a VPN 10.1 Types of VPNs 10.2 Common Elements
10.1 Types of VPNs

10.1 Types of VPNs

10.2 Common Elements

10.2 Common Elements

10.3 Setting Up a PC-to-PC VPN

10.3 Setting Up a PC-to-PC VPN

10.4 Setting Up a Generic Remote Access VPN

10.4 Setting Up a Generic Remote Access VPN

10.5 Setting Up a LAN-to-LAN VPN (Using Bridge Connections)

10.5 Setting Up a LAN-to-LAN VPN (Using Bridge Connections)

10.6 Setting Up a LAN-to-LAN VPN (Using IP Routing)

10.6 Setting Up a LAN-to-LAN VPN (Using IP Routing)

10.7 Combining a LAN-to-LAN VPN and a Remote Access VPN

10.7 Combining a LAN-to-LAN VPN and a Remote Access VPN

10.8 Setting Up a Large Scale Remote Access VPN Service

10.8 Setting Up a Large Scale Remote Access VPN Service

10.9 Setting Up a Large Scale Virtual HUB Hosting Service

10.9 Setting Up a Large Scale Virtual HUB Hosting Service

10.10 Using Remote Access as a Single User

10.10 Using Remote Access as a Single User

10.11 Using SecureNAT to Set Up a Remote Access VPN With No

10.11 Using SecureNAT to Set Up a Remote Access VPN With No

Administrator Rights

10.12 Using Public Networks Like Public Wireless Access Safely

10.12

Using Public Networks Like Public Wireless Access Safely

Chapter 11 Troubleshooting and Supplementary Information

⦆ Chapter 11 Troubleshooting and Supplementary Information 11.1 Troubleshooting 11.2 Useful Information 11.3
11.1 Troubleshooting

11.1 Troubleshooting

11.2 Useful Information

11.2 Useful Information

11.3 General Supplementary Information

11.3 General Supplementary Information

11.4 Additional Security Information

11.4 Additional Security Information

11.5 Additional Information Regarding Communication Protocols

11.5 Additional Information Regarding Communication Protocols

11.6 Additional Compatibility Information

11.6 Additional Compatibility Information

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11.7 Future Plans for PacketiX VPN

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Chapter 12 PacketiX VPN Software Specification

12.1 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Specs

12.1 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Specs

12.2 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Specs

12.2 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Specs

12.3 PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 Specs

12.3 PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 Specs

12.4 PacketiX VPN Protocol Specification

12.4 PacketiX VPN Protocol Specification

12.5 Error Codes

12.5 Error Codes

Chapter 13 SupportVPN Protocol Specification 12.5 Error Codes ⦆ ⦆ 13.1 About Support 13.2 Technical Information and

13.1 About Support

13.1 About Support

13.2 Technical Information and Updates From softether.com

13.2 Technical Information and Updates From softether.com

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Introduction

Thank you for using the PacketiX VPN 2.0 official manual.

The official manual contains detailed descriptions of how to use PacketiX VPN 2.0, technical information on the software, almost all functions, troubleshooting and supplementary information. You should read the official manual before attempting to use PacketiX VPN 2.0.

Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0.official manual before attempting to use PacketiX VPN 2.0. Before Reading the Manual ⦆ Targets of

Before Reading the Manualto use PacketiX VPN 2.0. Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0. ⦆ Targets of the Manual ⦆

Targets of the Manual⦆

Required Advance Knowledge⦆

Getting the Latest Information and Update Versions⦆

Description of Icons in Illustrations⦆

Notes⦆

Reporting Defects or Faults⦆

Contentand Update Versions ⦆ Description of Icons in Illustrations ⦆ Notes ⦆ Reporting Defects or Faults

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Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0.

Welcome to PacketiX VPN 2.0.

PacketiX VPN 2.0 is the latest release of next-generation VPN communications software provided by SoftEther Corporation that offers stability, flexibility and expandability. PacketiX VPN 2.0 enables the user to safely create a high-performance Virtual Private Network (VPN) using an IP communications network, of which the Internet is the representative example. VPN technology can be taken maximum advantage of in fields ranging from communication for business applications to networks oriented toward individual and home use.

You should read the PacketiX VPN 2.0 official manual to use the PacketiX VPN 2.0 to its full potential for VPN communications.

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Before Reading the Manual

You should be aware of the following before reading the manual:

Targets of the Manual

The PacketiX VPN 2.0 official manual contains an overview of and information on how to use the latest release of next-generation VPN communications software provided by SoftEther Corporation, how to construct a VPN, and how to solve problems. The manual is designed for network administrators, system administrators, system instructors, IT professionals and end users with detailed knowledge of computers who require information about the specifications of PacketiX VPN 2.0 software.

If you want to get a detailed understanding of PacketiX VPN 2.0 and peripheral technologies, you should carefully read the entire manual. If not, you may also read just the required sections and skip the unnecessary ones.

One of the most important features of PacketiX VPN 2.0 is that, when utilizing the advanced and efficient VPN functions, the end user is able to use VPN communications

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without a detailed knowledge of VPN. In other words, the software is easy to use and

sufficient security is maintained even when in the initial state.

In order to use the various functions of PacketiX VPN 2.0 properly, we recommend you

read the entire manual. If using VPN of ordinary scale, all you need is some knowledge

of TCP/IP and VPN. In this case, you may not have to read the entire manual.

Required Advance Knowledge

The following knowledge is necessary to fully understand the contents of the manual. If

you recognize that you do not have a sufficient understanding of the following, you

should get the required technical information from books or from the Internet and use it

in combination with the manual.

Ethernet, principle communication system features of communications devices (network adapter, switching HUB, etc.) for Ethernet and specific method of (network adapter, switching HUB, etc.) for Ethernet and specific method of

constructing a network using Ethernet

Internet Protocol (IP), principle communication system features of communications devices (router, layer 3 switch, etc.) for IP and specific method of constructing a devices (router, layer 3 switch, etc.) for IP and specific method of constructing a

network using IP.

Knowledge of various types of gateways such as NAT proxy server firewall used together with IP.IP and specific method of constructing a network using IP. How to use several important network

How to use several important network tools used for TCP/IP (ping, telnet, etc.)such as NAT proxy server firewall used together with IP. Basic way to use computer systems

Basic way to use computer systems and operating systems that use PacketiX VPN and basic information on network implementation of system. basic information on network implementation of system.

Basic knowledge of PKI and certificate RSA code for using certificate authentication function (PKI).and basic information on network implementation of system. Although not required, in some cases software functions

Although not required, in some cases software functions may be used more effectively

by learning about the following items as well as those given above.

Concept of user mode and kernel mode for ordinary operating systems.about the following items as well as those given above. Information concerning technologies frequently used in

Information concerning technologies frequently used in computers these days such as hardware interrupt, software interrupt and system call.of user mode and kernel mode for ordinary operating systems. Implementation and architecture of TCP/IP for

Implementation and architecture of TCP/IP for ordinary operating systems.as hardware interrupt, software interrupt and system call. Information concerning old VPN protocol (PPTP, IPSec, etc.)

Information concerning old VPN protocol (PPTP, IPSec, etc.)and architecture of TCP/IP for ordinary operating systems. Detailed knowledge of features and phenomena that occur

Detailed knowledge of features and phenomena that occur when using TCP/IP protocol on an actual network.Information concerning old VPN protocol (PPTP, IPSec, etc.) Knowledge concerning communications protocol for commonly

Knowledge concerning communications protocol for commonly used applications.that occur when using TCP/IP protocol on an actual network. Knowledge concerning computers and programming required

Knowledge concerning computers and programming required for advanced IT professionals and developers.communications protocol for commonly used applications. Getting such supplementary knowledge not only enables you to

Getting such supplementary knowledge not only enables you to master PacketiX VPN

2.0, but facilitates troubleshooting when problems occur, stable operation and

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constructing and efficient system in fields not related to VPN as well.

Getting the Latest Information and Update Versions

The information contained in the manual was the latest information at the time the manual was written. Information may however subsequently be updated, circumstances may change, an updated version of the software may be released or specifications may be changed.

In such cases, you must get the latest information from SoftEther Corporation's official website. The latest online version of the manual is available at the following official website and can be downloaded free of charge.

If you purchased PacketiX VPN 2.0 in media format and received it together with the manual, you should check the website if updated versions of the software and manual are available.

updated versions of the software and manual are available. http://www.softeter.com/ Description of Icons in

http://www.softeter.com/

Description of Icons in Illustrations

The manual contains numerous illustrations containing icons such as the following.

Icons that appear in illustrations in the manual
Icons that appear in illustrations in the manual

Notes

The specifications of PacketiX VPN 2.0 software and the contents of the manual are subject to change without notification. If you find any inconsistencies in descriptions of software functions or limitations in this manual and other documents released by SoftEther Corporation, those that appear most frequently generally apply. Unless otherwise specified, the names of companies, organizations, products, people, characters or data that appear in the manual as examples are fictitious and bear no

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resemblance to actual companies, organizations, products, people, characters or data. The software and manual may only be used as specified in the users' agreement. No part of the software or manual may be reproduced or transferred to another party or parties for any propose without the written permission of SoftEther Corporation (does not apply in cases where expressly permitted by the users' agreement or where exempt by copyright law).

SoftEther Corporation may possess patents, patent pending, trademark, copyright or other property rights concerning the contents of the manual which shall not be licensed to the customer.

Copyright (C) 2004-2007 SoftEther Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

PacketiX is a trademark of SoftEther Corporation for which application for registration has been filed. Names of companies, products and services that appear in the manual may be registered trademarks or trademarks of those companies.

This product includes software developed by OpenSSL. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/). THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

This product includes software developed by WinPcap. Copyright (c) 1999 - 2005 NetGroup, Politecnico di Torino (Italy). All rights reserved. THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.

This product includes software developed by zlib. (C) 1995-2004 Jean-loup Gailly and Mark Adler This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty. In no event

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will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from the use of this software.

Reporting Defects or Faults

If you discover any defects in the software or manual, or any contents of the manual which do not correspond accurately with the operation results of the software, contact us as follows.

If software was purchased from PacketiX VPN partner (dealer):

Contact the person in charge of support at the place of purchase.

If software was purchased directly from SoftEther Corporation, or if the software is a version that was provided by SoftEther Corporation free of charge:

Contact SoftEther Corporation hrough the official website at http://www.softeter.com/ .

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Getting the Latest Information and Update Versions

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Contentin Illustrations ⦆ Notes ⦆ Reporting Defects or Faults ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 1: Overview 1.1 What

Chapter 1: Overview⦆ Notes ⦆ Reporting Defects or Faults Content ⦆ ⦆ 1.1 What is PacketiX VPN? ⦆

1.1 What is PacketiX VPN?Defects or Faults Content ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 1: Overview ⦆ 1.1.1 SoftEther VPN and PacketiX VPN

1.1.1 SoftEther VPN and PacketiX VPN

1.1.2 Structure and Operating Principle of VPN

1.1.3 Limitations of old VPN Solution

1.1.4 VPN Communication by PacketiX VPN

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1.1.5 NAT, Proxy Server and Firewall Pass

1.1.6 Stability and Security

1.1.7 High-speed Communications Throughput

1.1.8 Advanced Function and Expandability

1.1.9 Platform Independence and Interchangeability

1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack

⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed
⦆ 1.1.10 Addition of Functions by Option Pack 1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed

1.2 Software of which PacketiX VPN is composed

1.2.1 PacketiX VPN Server

1.2.2 PacketiX VPN Client

1.2.3 PacketiX VPN Bridge

1.2.4 PacketiX VPN Server Manager

1.2.5 PacketiX VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd)

1.2.6 Other Included Utilities

Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆
Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 1.2.6 Other Included Utilities 1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License ⦆

1.3 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Product Configuration and License

1.3.1 Types of Editions According to Usage Objective

1.3.2 Functions and Features of the Various Editions

1.3.3 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Standard Edition

1.3.4 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Enterprise Edition

1.3.5 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Carrier Edition

1.3.6 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Embedded Edition

1.3.7 PacketiX VPN Server 2.0 Academic Edition

1.3.8 64-bit version of PacketiX VPN Server 2.0

1.3.9 Connection Licenses

1.3.10 Client Connection Licenses

1.3.11 Bridge Connection License

1.3.12 PacketiX VPN Client and PacketiX VPN Bridge

1.3.13 Demo Version License

1.3.14 License Expiration Date

1.3.15 Server ID of License

1.3.16 License ID and License Key

1.3.17 License Validity and Information Check Method

1.3.18 Additional Purchase of Licenses

1.3.19 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Option Pack

1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack

Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method
Option Pack ⦆ 1.3.20 PacketiX VPN 2.0 Administration Pack 1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method

1.4 VPN Operation Principle and Communication Method

1.4.1 Conventional Ethernet Configuration

1.4.2 Virtual HUB

1.4.3 Virtual Network Adapter

1.4.4 Cascade connection and virtual layer 3 switch

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1.4.5 Bridge Connection of Virtual Network and Physical Network

1.4.6 Computer-to-computer VPN

1.4.7 Remote Access VPN

1.4.8 Base-to-Base VPN of Ordinary Scale

1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale

of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant
of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant
of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant
of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant
of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant
of Ordinary Scale ⦆ 1.4.9 Base-to-Base VPN of Large Scale 1.5 Bolstering Security ⦆ 1.5.1 Abundant

1.5 Bolstering Security

1.5.1 Abundant User Authentication Options

1.5.2 Robust Encryption

1.5.3 Server Certificate Verification

1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards

Certificate Verification ⦆ 1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards 1.6 VPN Communication Details ⦆ 1.6.1 VPN Sessions
Certificate Verification ⦆ 1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards 1.6 VPN Communication Details ⦆ 1.6.1 VPN Sessions
Certificate Verification ⦆ 1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards 1.6 VPN Communication Details ⦆ 1.6.1 VPN Sessions
Certificate Verification ⦆ 1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards 1.6 VPN Communication Details ⦆ 1.6.1 VPN Sessions
Certificate Verification ⦆ 1.5.4 Use with Smart Cards 1.6 VPN Communication Details ⦆ 1.6.1 VPN Sessions

1.6 VPN Communication Details

1.6.1 VPN Sessions

1.6.2 Accepting Connection by VPN Server

1.6.3 Connecting to Virtual HUB

1.6.4 TCP/IP Communication of Session Data

1.6.5 Association with MAC Address

1.6.6 Session from other VPN Server / VPN Client / VPN Bridge

1.6.7 VPN Session Connection Modes

1.6.8 Client Mode Session

1.6.9 Bridge/Router Mode Session

1.6.10 Monitoring Mode Session

1.6.11 Local Bridge Session

1.6.12 Cascade Connection Session

1.6.13 SecureNAT Session

1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session

SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆
SecureNAT Session ⦆ 1.6.14 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Session 1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering ⦆

1.7 Handling Large Environments by Clustering

1.7.1 Necessity of Clustering

1.7.2 Applications of Clustering

1.7.3 Large Scale Remote Access VPN Server

1.7.4 Large Scale Virtual HUB Hosting VPN Server

1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering

1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support
1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support
1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support
1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support
1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support
1.7.5 Product License and Connection License when Clustering 1.8 Multiple Language Support ⦆ 1.8.1 Unicode Support

1.8 Multiple Language Support

1.8.1 Unicode Support

1.8.2 User Interface that Supports Multiple Languages

1.8.3 Limitations

that Supports Multiple Languages ⦆ 1.8.3 Limitations 1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ 1.9.1 What
that Supports Multiple Languages ⦆ 1.8.3 Limitations 1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ 1.9.1 What
that Supports Multiple Languages ⦆ 1.8.3 Limitations 1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ 1.9.1 What
that Supports Multiple Languages ⦆ 1.8.3 Limitations 1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ 1.9.1 What

1.9 VoIP / QoS Support Function

1.9.1 What is VoIP / QoS Support Function?

1.9.2 Applying to Extension System by Connecting Bases by Layer 2 VPN Using IP
Telephone Equipment

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1.9.3 If VoIP / QoS Support Function can be Used

1.9.4 Types of Packets Priority Controlled by VoIP / QoS Support Function

Packets Priority Controlled by VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0
Packets Priority Controlled by VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0

Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0 Overall ManualPriority Controlled by VoIP / QoS Support Function ⦆ ⦆ 2.1 VPN Communications Protocol ⦆ 2.1.1

Function ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 2: PacketiX VPN 2.0 Overall Manual 2.1 VPN Communications Protocol ⦆ 2.1.1

2.1 VPN Communications Protocol

2.1.1 Communication Speed

2.1.2 Flexibility

2.1.3 Communication Efficiency and Stability

2.1.4 Encrypted Communication Security

2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS

Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication
Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication
Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication
Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication
Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication
Communication Security ⦆ 2.1.5 Support for VoIP / QoS 2.2 User Authentication ⦆ 2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication

2.2 User Authentication

2.2.1 Anonymous Authentication

2.2.2 Password Authentication

2.2.3 RADIUS Authentication

2.2.4 NT Domain and Active Directory Authentication

2.2.5 Individual Certificate Authentication

2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication

Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server
Authentication ⦆ 2.2.6 Signed Certificate Authentication 2.3 Server Authentication ⦆ 2.3.1 Necessity of Server

2.3 Server Authentication

2.3.1 Necessity of Server Authentication

2.3.2 Server Individual Certificate Authentication

2.3.3 Server Signed Certificate Authentication

⦆ 2.3.3 Server Signed Certificate Authentication 2.4 VPN Server Manager ⦆ 2.4.1 What is VPN Server
⦆ 2.3.3 Server Signed Certificate Authentication 2.4 VPN Server Manager ⦆ 2.4.1 What is VPN Server
⦆ 2.3.3 Server Signed Certificate Authentication 2.4 VPN Server Manager ⦆ 2.4.1 What is VPN Server
⦆ 2.3.3 Server Signed Certificate Authentication 2.4 VPN Server Manager ⦆ 2.4.1 What is VPN Server

2.4 VPN Server Manager

2.4.1 What is VPN Server Manager

2.4.2 VPN Server Manager Support System

2.4.3 Connecting to VPN Server and VPN Bridge

2.4.4 Installing VPN Server Manager Alone

2.4.5 Setup Wizard

2.4.6 Limitations

Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What
Manager Alone ⦆ 2.4.5 Setup Wizard ⦆ 2.4.6 Limitations 2.5 VPN Client Manager ⦆ 2.5.1 What

2.5 VPN Client Manager

2.5.1 What is VPN Client Manager?

2.5.2 System that Supports VPN Client Manager

2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client

2.5.6 Limitations

2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client ⦆ 2.5.6 Limitations 2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆
2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client ⦆ 2.5.6 Limitations 2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆
2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client ⦆ 2.5.6 Limitations 2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆
2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client ⦆ 2.5.6 Limitations 2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆
2.5.3 Integrating with VPN Client ⦆ 2.5.6 Limitations 2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆

2.6 VPN Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd)

2.6.1 What is vpncmd?

2.6.2 Displaying Command Help

2.6.1 What is vpncmd? ⦆ 2.6.2 Displaying Command Help ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 3 PacketiX VPN Server
2.6.1 What is vpncmd? ⦆ 2.6.2 Displaying Command Help ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 3 PacketiX VPN Server

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3.1 Operating Environment

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3.1.1 Support for Windows

3.1.2. Support for Linux

3.1.3 Support for FreeBSD

3.1.4 Support for Solaris

3.1.5 Support for Mac OS X

3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices

3.1.7 Limitations

3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
3.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 3.1.7 Limitations 3.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆

3.2 Operating Modes

3.2.1 Service Mode

3.2.2 User Mode

Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 3.2.2 User Mode 3.3 VPN Server Administration ⦆ 3.3.1
Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 3.2.2 User Mode 3.3 VPN Server Administration ⦆ 3.3.1
Operating Modes ⦆ 3.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 3.2.2 User Mode 3.3 VPN Server Administration ⦆ 3.3.1

3.3 VPN Server Administration

3.3.1 Administration without the need for System Stop

3.3.2 PacketiX VPN Server and Virtual HUBs

3.3.3 Administration Tools & Remote Administration

3.3.4 Administration Authority

3.3.5 SSL Certificates

3.3.6 Listener Ports

3.3.7 Configuration File

3.3.8 Configuration Version Numbers

3.3.9 Configuration History

3.3.10 Administration of Statistical Information

3.3.11 Automatic Adjustment when Disk Space is Insufficient

3.3.12 Failure Recovery

3.3.13 Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

3.3.14 Obtaining Server Information

3.3.15 Selecting Encryption Algorithms for use in SSL Transmission

3.3.16 Initializing the VPN Server Service Reboot & Configuration Information

3.3.17 Syslog Transmission Function

3.3.18 Restricting IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources

IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs
IP Address Remote Administration Connection Sources 3.4 Virtual HUB Functions ⦆ 3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs

3.4 Virtual HUB Functions

3.4.1 Creating Virtual HUBs

3.4.2 Online & Offline Status

3.4.3 Maximum Simultaneous Connections

3.4.4 Connection Mode

3.4.5 Session Management

3.4.6 MAC Address Tables

3.4.7 IP Address Table

3.4.8 Confirming the Existence of IP Addresses with Poll Packets

3.4.9 Communicating in Bridge / Router Mode Session

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Addresses with Poll Packets ⦆ 3.4.9 Communicating in Bridge / Router Mode Session file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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3.4.10 Communicating in Monitoring Mode Session

3.4.11 Cascade Connection Functions

3.4.12 Server Authentication in Cascade Connections

3.4.13 Local Bridge

3.4.14 Administrator Connection

3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs

⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual
⦆ 3.4.15 Obtaining Information on the Virtual HUBs 3.5 Virtual HUB Security ⦆ 3.5.1 Delegating Virtual

3.5 Virtual HUB Security

3.5.1 Delegating Virtual HUB Administration Authority

3.5.2 Virtual HUB Anonymous Enumeration Settings

3.5.3 External Authentication Server Settings

3.5.4 Users and Groups

3.5.5 Trusted Certification Authority Certificates

3.5.6 Certificates Revocation List

3.5.7 Setting CN & Serial Number on Signed Certificate Authentication

3.5.8 Setting an Alias in RADIUS Authentication or NT Domain & Active Directory
Authentication

3.5.9 Security Policies

3.5.10 Packet Filtering with the Access List

3.5.11 Limiting Connections with the IP Access Control List

3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options

Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a
Control List ⦆ 3.5.12 Virtual HUB Administration Options 3.6 Local Bridges ⦆ 3.6.1 What is a

3.6 Local Bridges

3.6.1 What is a Local Bridge?

3.6.2 Local Bridge Settings & Operation

3.6.3 Preparing the Local Bridge network adapter

3.6.4 Local Bridge Sessions

3.6.5 Supported Network Adapter Types

3.6.6 Use of network adapters not supporting Promiscuous Mode

3.6.7 Tagged VLAN Frames

3.6.8 Outputting all Communication Data in the Virtual HUB to the Network
Adapter

3.6.9 Using Tap Devices

3.6.10 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Windows

3.6.11 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Linux

3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris

⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP
⦆ 3.6.12 Points to Note when Local Bridging in Solaris 3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP

3.7 Virtual NAT & Virtual DHCP Servers

3.7.1 What is SecureNAT?

3.7.2 Setting the Virtual Host Network Interface

3.7.3 Virtual NAT

3.7.4 Points to Note when using Virtual NAT Function

⦆ 3.7.3 Virtual NAT ⦆ 3.7.4 Points to Note when using Virtual NAT Function file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 3.7.3 Virtual NAT ⦆ 3.7.4 Points to Note when using Virtual NAT Function file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 3.7.3 Virtual NAT ⦆ 3.7.4 Points to Note when using Virtual NAT Function file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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3.7.5 Virtual DHCP Server

3.7.6 Points to Note when using the Virtual DHCP Server

3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions

3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status

3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions ⦆ 3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status 3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.1 What
3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions ⦆ 3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status 3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.1 What
3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions ⦆ 3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status 3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.1 What
3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions ⦆ 3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status 3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.1 What
3.7.7 SecureNAT Sessions ⦆ 3.7.8 Logging SecureNAT Status 3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.1 What

3.8 Virtual Layer 3 Switches

3.8.1 What is a Virtual Layer 3 Switch?

3.8.2 Difference between Bridging & IP Routing

3.8.3 Defining Virtual Layer 3 Switches

3.8.4 Adding Virtual Interfaces to connect to Virtual HUBs

3.8.5 Editing the Routing Table

3.8.6 Starting and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches

3.8.7 Limitations

and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?
and Stopping Virtual Layer 3 Switches ⦆ 3.8.7 Limitations 3.9 Clustering ⦆ 3.9.1 What is Clustering?

3.9 Clustering

3.9.1 What is Clustering?

3.9.2 Cluster Controllers

3.9.3 Cluster Member Servers

3.9.4 Load Balancing

3.9.5 Load Balancing using Performance Standard Ratio

3.9.6 Fault Tolerance

3.9.7 Static Virtual HUBs

3.9.8 Dynamic Virtual HUBs

3.9.9 Connecting to Arbitrary Servers in Static Virtual HUBs

3.9.10 Collectively Administering the Entire Cluster

3.9.11 Cluster Configuration Licenses

3.9.12 Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering

Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save
Functions not Available Simultaneously with Clustering 3.10 Logging Service ⦆ 3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save

3.10 Logging Service

3.10.1 Log Save Format & Save Cycle

3.10.2 Server Log

3.10.3 Virtual HUB Security Log

3.10.4 Virtual HUB Packet Log

3.10.6 Obtaining Log Files on a Remote Administration Terminal

3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function

Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server
Terminal ⦆ 3.10.17 Syslog Transmission function 3.11 Day-to-Day Management ⦆ 3.11.1 Auditing the Server

3.11 Day-to-Day Management

3.11.1 Auditing the Server Log

3.11.2 Checking Usage Status

3.11.3 Backing Up Configuration Information

3.11.4 Recovering from Failure

3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration

3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability

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3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration ⦆ 3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration ⦆ 3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration ⦆ 3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration ⦆ 3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
3.11.5 Rolling Back the Configuration ⦆ 3.11.6 Confirming Hard Disk Availability file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20

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3.11.7 Network Administration Support Tools

3.11.8 Checking Sufficiency of Required Resources

3.11.9 Measuring Effective Throughput

Resources ⦆ 3.11.9 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual 4.1
Resources ⦆ 3.11.9 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual 4.1
Resources ⦆ 3.11.9 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual 4.1

Resources ⦆ 3.11.9 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual 4.1

Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual

Throughput ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 4 PacketiX VPN Client 2.0 Manual 4.1 Operating Environment ⦆ 4.1.1 Windows

4.1 Operating Environment

4.1.1 Windows Support

4.1.2 Linux Support

4.1.3 Support for Other Systems

4.1.4 Limitations

⦆ 4.1.3 Support for Other Systems ⦆ 4.1.4 Limitations 4.2 Operating the VPN Client ⦆ 4.2.1
⦆ 4.1.3 Support for Other Systems ⦆ 4.1.4 Limitations 4.2 Operating the VPN Client ⦆ 4.2.1
⦆ 4.1.3 Support for Other Systems ⦆ 4.1.4 Limitations 4.2 Operating the VPN Client ⦆ 4.2.1
⦆ 4.1.3 Support for Other Systems ⦆ 4.1.4 Limitations 4.2 Operating the VPN Client ⦆ 4.2.1
⦆ 4.1.3 Support for Other Systems ⦆ 4.1.4 Limitations 4.2 Operating the VPN Client ⦆ 4.2.1

4.2 Operating the VPN Client

4.2.1 VPN Client Manager

4.2.2. Command Line Management Utility (vpncmd)

4.2.3 Task Tray Icon

Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 4.2.3 Task Tray Icon 4.3 Virtual Network Adapter ⦆ 4.3.1 Support
Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 4.2.3 Task Tray Icon 4.3 Virtual Network Adapter ⦆ 4.3.1 Support
Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 4.2.3 Task Tray Icon 4.3 Virtual Network Adapter ⦆ 4.3.1 Support
Line Management Utility (vpncmd) ⦆ 4.2.3 Task Tray Icon 4.3 Virtual Network Adapter ⦆ 4.3.1 Support

4.3 Virtual Network Adapter

4.3.1 Support for Multiple Virtual Network Adapters

4.3.2 Virtual Network Adapter Creation and Setup

4.3.3 Managing the Version of the Virtual Network Adapter Device Driver

4.3.4 Bridge Connection Between a Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network
Adapter

Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network ⦆ Adapter 4.4 VPN Server Connection Method ⦆ 4.4.1 Selecting
Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network ⦆ Adapter 4.4 VPN Server Connection Method ⦆ 4.4.1 Selecting
Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network ⦆ Adapter 4.4 VPN Server Connection Method ⦆ 4.4.1 Selecting
Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network ⦆ Adapter 4.4 VPN Server Connection Method ⦆ 4.4.1 Selecting
Virtual Network Adapter and Physical Network ⦆ Adapter 4.4 VPN Server Connection Method ⦆ 4.4.1 Selecting

4.4 VPN Server Connection Method

4.4.1 Selecting the Proper Connection Method

4.4.2 Direct TCP/IP Connection

4.4.3 Connection Via HTTP Proxy Server

4.4.4 Connection Via SOCKS Proxy Server

4.4.5 Server-Certificate Verification

4.4.6 Selecting a Virtual Network Adapter

4.4.7 User Authentication Setting

4.4.8⦆Use of the Smart Card Authentication

4.4.9 Automatic Reconnection Function

4.4.10 Connection Status and Error Message Displays

4.4.11 Advanced Communication Settings

4.4.12 Number of TCP/IP Connections for VPN Session Communications

4.4.13 Interval Between TCP Connections and Length of TCP Connection

4.4.14 Half-Duplex Mode Option

4.4.15 SSL Encryption Option

4.4.16 Data Compression Option

4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode

4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process

⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
⦆ 4.4.17 Selecting the Connection Mode ⦆ 4.4.18 Routing Table Rewrite Process file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20

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4.4.19 Startup Connection

4.4.20 Exporting and Importing Connection Settings

4.4.21 Creating a Shortcut for a Connection Setting

4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting

4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting 4.5 Connecting to VPN Server ⦆ 4.5.1
4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting 4.5 Connecting to VPN Server ⦆ 4.5.1
4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting 4.5 Connecting to VPN Server ⦆ 4.5.1
4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting 4.5 Connecting to VPN Server ⦆ 4.5.1
4.4.22 VPN Server and VPN Bridge Cascade Connection Setting 4.5 Connecting to VPN Server ⦆ 4.5.1

4.5 Connecting to VPN Server

4.5.1 Starting a VPN Connection

4.5.2 Checking the Connection Status

4.5.3 Terminating a VPN Connection

4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs

a VPN Connection ⦆ 4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs 4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards
a VPN Connection ⦆ 4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs 4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards
a VPN Connection ⦆ 4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs 4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards
a VPN Connection ⦆ 4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs 4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards
a VPN Connection ⦆ 4.5.4 Operations When an Error Occurs 4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards

4.6 Using and Managing Smart Cards

4.6.1 Smart Card Device Driver

4.6.1 Selecting a Smart Card

4.6.3 Listing and Obtaining Smart Card Objects

4.6.4 Deleting Smart Card Objects

4.6.5 Changing a PIN Code

4.6.6 Using Smart Card Authentication to Connect to VPN Server

4.6.8 Limitations

to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1
to Connect to VPN Server ⦆ 4.6.8 Limitations 4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment ⦆ 4.7.1

4.7 Management in a Large-Scale Environment

4.7.1 Remote Management of VPN Client

4.7.2 Distributing Configuration Files

4.7.3 Distributing a Connection Setting File to Users

⦆ 4.7.3 Distributing a Connection Setting File to Users 4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ 4.8.1 Using
⦆ 4.7.3 Distributing a Connection Setting File to Users 4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ 4.8.1 Using
⦆ 4.7.3 Distributing a Connection Setting File to Users 4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ 4.8.1 Using
⦆ 4.7.3 Distributing a Connection Setting File to Users 4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput ⦆ 4.8.1 Using

4.8 Measuring Effective Throughput

4.8.1 Using the Communication Throughput Measurement Tool

4.8.2 Configuring the Communication Throughput Measurement Tool

4.8.3 Communication Throughput Measurement Precautions

⦆ 4.8.3 Communication Throughput Measurement Precautions 4.9 Other Functions ⦆ 4.9.1 Changing the User Password
⦆ 4.8.3 Communication Throughput Measurement Precautions 4.9 Other Functions ⦆ 4.9.1 Changing the User Password
⦆ 4.8.3 Communication Throughput Measurement Precautions 4.9 Other Functions ⦆ 4.9.1 Changing the User Password
⦆ 4.8.3 Communication Throughput Measurement Precautions 4.9 Other Functions ⦆ 4.9.1 Changing the User Password

4.9 Other Functions

4.9.1 Changing the User Password Registered to VPN Server

4.9.2 Internet Connection Maintenance Function

4.9.3 Voice Guide Function

4.9.4 Translucent Window Function

4.9.5 Setting Lock Function

4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode

Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN
Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN
Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN
Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN
Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN
Setting Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN

Lock Function ⦆ 4.9.6 Simple Mode and Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN Bridge

Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 Manual

Normal Mode ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 5 PacketiX VPN Bridge 2.0 Manual 5.1 Operating Environment ⦆ 5.1.1

5.1 Operating Environment

5.1.1 Support for Windows

5.1.2. Support for Linux

5.1.3 Support for FreeBSD

5.1.4 Support for Solaris

5.1.2. Support for Linux ⦆ 5.1.3 Support for FreeBSD ⦆ 5.1.4 Support for Solaris file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
5.1.2. Support for Linux ⦆ 5.1.3 Support for FreeBSD ⦆ 5.1.4 Support for Solaris file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
5.1.2. Support for Linux ⦆ 5.1.3 Support for FreeBSD ⦆ 5.1.4 Support for Solaris file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
5.1.2. Support for Linux ⦆ 5.1.3 Support for FreeBSD ⦆ 5.1.4 Support for Solaris file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20

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5.1.5 Support for Mac OS X

5.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices

5.1.7 Limitations

5.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 5.1.7 Limitations 5.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
5.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 5.1.7 Limitations 5.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
5.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 5.1.7 Limitations 5.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆
5.1.6 Support for Embedded Devices ⦆ 5.1.7 Limitations 5.2 Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆

5.2 Operating Modes

5.2.1 Service Mode

5.2.2 User Mode

Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 5.2.2 User Mode 5.3 Differences between VPN Server and
Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 5.2.2 User Mode 5.3 Differences between VPN Server and
Operating Modes ⦆ 5.2.1 Service Mode ⦆ 5.2.2 User Mode 5.3 Differences between VPN Server and

5.3 Differences between VPN Server and VPN Bridge

5.3.1 Features and Usage of VPN Bridge

5.3.2 Virtual HUB on VPN Bridge

5.3.3 Cascade Connection Function on VPN Bridge

5.3.4 Receiving a Connection on VPN Bridge

5.3.5 Local Bridge Function on VPN Bridge

5.3.6 SecureNAT Function on VPN Bridge

5.3.7 Virtual Layer 3 Switch Function on VPN Bridge

5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server

Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line
Bridge ⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line

⦆ 5.3.8 Coexistence of VPN Bridge and VPN Server ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line Management

Chapter 6 Command Line Management Utility Manual

⦆ ⦆ Chapter 6 Command Line Management Utility Manual 6.1 Overview of vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.1 vpncmd

6.1 Overview of vpncmd

6.1.1 vpncmd

6.1.2 vpncmd Management Mode

vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.1 vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.2 vpncmd Management Mode 6.2 General Usage of vpncmd ⦆ 6.2.1
vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.1 vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.2 vpncmd Management Mode 6.2 General Usage of vpncmd ⦆ 6.2.1
vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.1 vpncmd ⦆ 6.1.2 vpncmd Management Mode 6.2 General Usage of vpncmd ⦆ 6.2.1

6.2 General Usage of vpncmd

6.2.1 Command Input Rules

6.2.2 Command Help Display

6.2.3 Command Line Parameters When Starting a vpncmd Command

6.2.4 Batch Processing Mode

6.2.5 Saving a Log

6.2.6 vpncmd Process Return Values

6.2.7 Character Encoding

6.2.8 Calling vpncmd in Windows

6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd

in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command
in Windows ⦆ 6.2.9 Stand-Alone Installation of vpncmd 6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command

6.3 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command Reference (For

Entire Server)

6.3.1 About - Display the version information

6.3.2 ServerInfoGet - Get server information

6.3.3 ServerStatusGet - Get Current Server Status

6.3.4 ListenerCreate - Create New TCP Listener

6.3.5 ListenerDelete - Delete TCP Listener

6.3.6 ListenerList - Get List of TCP Listeners

6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation

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- Get List of TCP Listeners ⦆ 6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Get List of TCP Listeners ⦆ 6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Get List of TCP Listeners ⦆ 6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Get List of TCP Listeners ⦆ 6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Get List of TCP Listeners ⦆ 6.3.7 ListenerEnable - Begin TCP Listener Operation file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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6.3.8 ListenerDisable - Stop TCP Listener Operation

6.3.9 ServerPasswordSet - Set VPN Server Administrator Password

6.3.10 ClusterSettingGet - Get Clustering Configuration of Current VPN Server

6.3.11 ClusterSettingStandalone - Set VPN Server Type as Standalone

6.3.12 ClusterSettingController - Set VPN Server Type as Cluster Controller

6.3.13 ClusterSettingMember - Set VPN Server Type as Cluster Member

6.3.14 ClusterMemberList - Get List of Cluster Members

6.3.15 ClusterMemberInfoGet - Get Cluster Member Information

6.3.16 ClusterMemberCertGet - Get Cluster Member Certificate

6.3.17 ClusterConnectionStatusGet - Get Connection Status to Cluster Controller

6.3.18 ServerCertGet - Get SSL Certificate of VPN Server

6.3.19 ServerKeyGet - Get SSL Certificate Private Key of VPN Server

6.3.20 ServerCertSet - Set SSL Certificate and Private Key of VPN Server

6.3.21 ServerCipherGet - Get the Encrypted Algorithm Used for VPN
Communication.

6.3.22 ServerCipherSet - Set the Encrypted Algorithm Used for VPN Communication.

6.3.23 KeepEnable - Enable the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.3.24 KeepDisable - Disable the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.3.25 KeepSet - Set the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.3.26 KeepGet - Get the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.3.27 SyslogEnable - Set syslog Send Function

6.3.28 SyslogDisable - Disable syslog Send Function

6.3.29 SyslogGet - Get syslog Send Function

6.3.30 ConnectionList - Get List of TCP Connections Connecting to the VPN Server

6.3.31 ConnectionGet - Get Information of TCP Connections Connecting to the VPN Server

6.3.32 ConnectionDisconnect - Disconnect TCP Connections Connecting to the VPN
Server

6.3.33 BridgeDeviceList - Get List of Network Adapters Usable as Local Bridge

6.3.34 BridgeList - Get List of Local Bridge Connection

6.3.35 BridgeCreate - Create Local Bridge Connection

6.3.36 BridgeDelete - Delete Local Bridge Connection

6.3.37 Caps - Get List of Server Functions/Capability

6.3.38 Reboot - Reboot VPN Server Service

6.3.39 ConfigGet - Get the current configuration of the VPN Server

6.3.40 ConfigSet - Write Configuration File to VPN Server

6.3.41 RouterList - Get List of Virtual Layer 3 Switches

6.3.42 RouterAdd - Define New Virtual Layer 3 Switch

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6.3.43 RouterDelete - Delete Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.44 RouterStart - Start Virtual Layer 3 Switch Operation

6.3.45 RouterStop - Stop Virtual Layer 3 Switch Operation

6.3.46 RouterIfList - Get List of Interfaces Registered on the Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.47 RouterIfAdd - Add Virtual Interface to Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.48 RouterIfDel - Delete Virtual Interface of Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.49 RouterTableList - Get List of Routing Tables of Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.50 RouterTableAdd - Add Routing Table Entry for Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.51 RouterTableDel - Delete Routing Table Entry of Virtual Layer 3 Switch

6.3.52 LogFileList - Get List of Log Files

6.3.53 LogFileGet - Download Log file

6.3.54 HubCreate - Create New Virtual HUB

6.3.55 HubCreateDynamic - Create New Dynamic Virtual HUB (For Clustering)

6.3.56 HubCreateStatic - Create New Static Virtual HUB (For Clustering)

6.3.57 HubDelete - Delete Virtual HUB

6.3.58 HubSetStatic - Change Virtual HUB Type to Static Virtual HUB

6.3.59 HubSetDynamic - Change Virtual HUB Type to Dynamic Virtual HUB

6.3.60 HubList - Get List of Virtual HUBs

6.3.61 Hub - Select Virtual HUB to Manage

6.3.62 LicenseAdd - Add License Key Registration

6.3.63 LicenseDel - Delete Registered License

6.3.64 LicenseList - Get List of Registered Licenses

6.3.65 LicenseStatus - Get License Status of Current VPN Server

6.3.66 MakeCert - Create New X.509 Certificate and Private Key

6.3.67 TrafficClient - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool
Client

6.3.68 TrafficServer - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool Server

6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible

6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge
6.3.69 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge

6.4 VPN Server / VPN Bridge Management Command Reference (For Virtual HUB)

6.4.1 Online - Switch Virtual HUB to Online

6.4.2 Offline - Switch Virtual HUB to Offline

6.4.3 SetMaxSession - Set the Max Number of Concurrently Connected Sessions for Virtual HUB

6.4.4 SetHubPassword - Set Virtual HUB Administrator Password

6.4.5 SetEnumAllow - Allow Enumeration by Virtual HUB Anonymous Users

6.4.6 SetEnumDeny - Deny Enumeration by Virtual HUB Anonymous Users

6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs

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HUB Anonymous Users ⦆ 6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
HUB Anonymous Users ⦆ 6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
HUB Anonymous Users ⦆ 6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
HUB Anonymous Users ⦆ 6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
HUB Anonymous Users ⦆ 6.4.7 OptionsGet - Get Options Setting of Virtual HUBs file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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6.4.8 RadiusServerSet - Set RADIUS Server to use for User Authentication

6.4.9 RadiusServerDelete - Delete Setting to Use RADIUS Server for User
Authentication

6.4.10 RadiusServerGet - Get Setting of RADIUS Server Used for User

Authentication

6.4.11 StatusGet - Get Current Status of Virtual HUB

6.4.12 LogGet - Get Log Save Setting of Virtual HUB

6.4.13 LogEnable - Enable Security Log or Packet Log

6.4.14 LogDisable - Disable Security Log or Packet Log

6.4.15 LogSwitchSet - Set Log File Switch Cycle

6.4.16 LogPacketSaveType - Set Save Contents and Type of Packet to Save to

Packet Log

6.4.17 CAList - Get List of Trusted CA Certificates

6.4.18 CAAdd - Add Trusted CA Certificate

6.4.19 CADelete - Delete Trusted CA Certificate

6.4.20 CAGet - Get Trusted CA Certificate

6.4.21 CascadeList - Get List of Cascade Connections

6.4.22 CascadeCreate - Create New Cascade Connection

6.4.23 CascadeSet - Set the Destination for Cascade Connection

6.4.24 CascadeGet - Get the Cascade Connection Setting

6.4.25 CascadeDelete - Delete Cascade Connection Setting

6.4.26 CascadeUsernameSet - Set User Name to Use Connection of Cascade

Connection

6.4.27 CascadeAnonymousSet - Set User Authentication Type of Cascade

Connection to Anonymous Authentication

6.4.28 CascadePasswordSet - Set User Authentication Type of Cascade Connection

to Password Authentication

6.4.29 CascadeCertSet - Set User Authentication Type of Cascade Connection to

Client Certificate Authentication

6.4.30 CascadeCertGet - Get Client Certificate to Use for Cascade Connection

6.4.31 CascadeEncryptEnable - Enable Encryption when Communicating by

Cascade Connection

6.4.32 CascadeEncryptDisable - Disable Encryption when Communicating by

Cascade Connection

6.4.33 CascadeCompressEnable - Enable Data Compression when Communicating

by Cascade Connection

6.4.34 CascadeCompressDisable - Disable Data Compression when

Communicating by Cascade Connection

6.4.35 CascadeProxyNone - Specify Direct TCP/IP Connection as the Connection

Method of Cascade Connection

6.4.36 CascadeProxyHttp - Set Connection Method of Cascade Connection to be

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via an HTTP Proxy Server

6.4.37 CascadeProxySocks - Set Connection Method of Cascade Connection to be
via an SOCKS Proxy Server

6.4.38 CascadeServerCertEnable - Enable Cascade Connection Server Certificate
Verification Option

6.4.39 CascadeServerCertDisable - Disable Cascade Connection Server Certificate
Verification Option

6.4.40 CascadeServerCertSet - Set the Server Individual Certificate for Cascade Connection

6.4.41 CascadeServerCertDelete - Delete the Server Individual Certificate for
Cascade Connection

6.4.42 CascadeServerCertGet - Get the Server Individual Certificate for Cascade
Connection

6.4.43 CascadeDetailSet - Set Advanced Settings for Cascade Connection

6.4.44 CascadePolicySet - Set Cascade Connection Session Security Policy

6.4.45 PolicyList - Display List of Security Policy Types and Settable Values

6.4.46 CascadeStatusGet - Get Current Cascade Connection Status

6.4.47 CascadeRename - Change Name of Cascade Connection

6.4.48 CascadeOnline - Switch Cascade Connection to Online Status

6.4.49 CascadeOffline - Switch Cascade Connection to Offline Status

6.4.50 AccessAdd - Add Access List Rules

6.4.51 AccessList - Get Access List Rule List

6.4.52 AccessDelete - Delete Rule from Access List

6.4.53 AccessEnable - Enable Access List Rule

6.4.54 AccessDisable - Disable Access List Rule

6.4.55 UserList - Get List of Users

6.4.56 UserCreate - Create User

6.4.57 UserSet - Change User Information

6.4.58 UserDelete - Delete User

6.4.59 UserGet - Get User Information

6.4.60 UserAnonymousSet - Set Anonymous Authentication for User Auth Type

6.4.61 UserPasswordSet - Set Password Authentication for User Auth Type and Set
Password

6.4.62 UserCertSet - Set Individual Certificate Authentication for User Auth Type
and Set Certificate

6.4.63 UserCertGet - Get Certificate Registered for Individual Certificate Authentication User

6.4.64 UserSignedSet - Set Signed Certificate Authentication for User Auth Type

6.4.65 UserRadiusSet - Set RADIUS Authentication for User Auth Type

6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type

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Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
Auth Type ⦆ 6.4.66 UserNTLMSet - Set NT Domain Authentication for User Auth Type file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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6.4.67 UserPolicyRemove - Delete User Security Policy

6.4.68 UserPolicySet - Set User Security Policy

6.4.69 UserExpiresSet - Set User's Expiration Date

6.4.70 GroupList - Get List of Groups

6.4.71 GroupCreate - Create Group

6.4.72 GroupSet - Set Group Information

6.4.73 GroupDelete - Delete Group

6.4.74 GroupGet - Get Group Information and List of Assigned Users

6.4.75 GroupJoin - Add User to Group

6.4.76 GroupUnjoin - Delete User from Group

6.4.77 GroupPolicyRemove - Delete Group Security Policy

6.4.78 GroupPolicySet - Set Group Security Policy

6.4.79 SessionList - Get List of Connected Sessions

6.4.80 SessionGet - Get Session Information

6.4.81 SessionDisconnect - Disconnect Session

6.4.82 MacTable - Get the MAC Address Table Database

6.4.83 MacDelete - Delete MAC Address Table Entry

6.4.84 IpTable - Get the IP Address Table Database

6.4.85 IpDelete - Delete IP Address Table Entry

6.4.86 SecureNatEnable - Enable the Virtual NAT and DHCP Server Function (SecureNat Function)

6.4.87 SecureNatDisable - Disable the Virtual NAT and DHCP Server Function
(SecureNat Function)

6.4.88 SecureNatStatusGet - Get the Operating Status of the Virtual NAT and
DHCP Server Function (SecureNat Function)

6.4.89 SecureNatHostGet - Get Network Interface Setting of Virtual Host of
SecureNAT Function

6.4.90 SecureNatHostSet - Change Network Interface Setting of Virtual Host of SecureNAT Function

6.4.91 NatGet - Get Virtual NAT Function Setting of SecureNAT Function

6.4.92 NatEnable - Enable Virtual NAT Function of SecureNAT Function

6.4.93 NatDisable - Disable Virtual NAT Function of SecureNAT Function

6.4.94 NatSet - Change Virtual NAT Function Setting of SecureNAT Function

6.4.95 NatTable - Get Virtual NAT Function Session Table of SecureNAT Function

6.4.96 DhcpGet - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function

6.4.97 DhcpEnable - Enable Virtual DHCP Server Function of SecureNAT Function

6.4.98 DhcpDisable - Disable Virtual DHCP Server Function of SecureNAT Function

6.4.99 DhcpSet - Change Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function

Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function
Virtual DHCP Server Function Setting of SecureNAT Function 6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function

6.4.100 DhcpTable - Get Virtual DHCP Server Function Lease Table of SecureNAT

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Function

6.4.101 AdminOptionList - Get List of Virtual HUB Administration Options

6.4.102 AdminOptionSet - Set Values of Virtual HUB Administration Options

6.4.103 CrlList - Get List of Certificates Revocation List

6.4.104 CrlAdd - Add a Revoked Certificate

6.4.105 CrlDel - Delete a Revoked Certificate

6.4.106 CrlGet - Get a Revoked Certificate

6.4.107 AcList - Get List of Rule Items of IP Access Control List

6.4.108 AcAdd - Add Rule to IP Access Control List

6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List

⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command
⦆ 6.4.109 AcDel - Delete Rule from IP Access Control List 6.5 VPN Client Management Command

6.5 VPN Client Management Command Reference

6.5.1 About - Display the version information

6.5.2 VersionGet - Get Version Information of VPN Client Service

6.5.3 PasswordSet - Set the password to connect to the VPN Client service.

6.5.4 PasswordGet - Get Password Setting to Connect to VPN Client Service

6.5.5 CertList - Get List of Trusted CA Certificates

6.5.6 CertAdd - Add Trusted CA Certificate

6.5.7 CertDelete - Delete Trusted CA Certificate

6.5.8 CertGet - Get Trusted CA Certificate

6.5.9 SecureList - Get List of Usable Smart Card Types

6.5.10 SecureSelect - Select the Smart Card Type to Use

6.5.11 SecureGet - Get ID of Smart Card Type to Use

6.5.12 NicCreate - Create New Virtual Network Adapter

6.5.13 NicDelete - Delete Virtual Network Adapter

6.5.14 NicUpgrade - Upgrade Virtual Network Adapter Device Driver

6.5.15 NicGetSetting - Get Virtual Network Adapter Setting

6.5.16 NicSetSetting - Change Virtual Network Adapter Setting

6.5.17 NicEnable - Enable Virtual Network Adapter

6.5.18 NicDisable - Disable Virtual Network Adapter

6.5.19 NicList - Get List of Virtual Network Adapters

6.5.20 AccountList - Get List of VPN Connection Settings

6.5.21 AccountCreate - Create New VPN Connection Setting

6.5.22 AccountSet - Set the VPN Connection Setting Connection Destination

6.5.23 AccountGet - Get Setting of VPN Connection Setting

6.5.24 AccountDelete - Delete VPN Connection Setting

6.5.25 AccountUsernameSet - Set User Name of User to Use Connection of VPN
Connection Setting

6.5.26 AccountAnonymousSet - Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication

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- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
- Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting to Anonymous Authentication file://C:¥html¥all.htm 2007/11/20
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6.5.27 AccountPasswordSet - Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection

Setting to Password Authentication

6.5.28 AccountCertSet - Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection Setting

to Client Certificate Authentication

6.5.29 AccountCertGet - Get Client Certificate to Use for Cascade Connection

6.5.30 AccountEncryptDisable - Disable Encryption when Communicating by VPN

Connection Setting

6.5.31 AccountEncryptEnable - Enable Encryption when Communicating by VPN

Connection Setting

6.5.32 AccountCompressEnable - Enable Data Compression when Communicating

by VPN Connection Setting

6.5.33 AccountCompressDisable - Disable Data Compression when Communicating

by VPN Connection Setting

6.5.34 AccountProxyNone - Specify Direct TCP/IP Connection as the Connection

Method of VPN Connection Setting

6.5.35 AccountProxyHttp - Set Connection Method of VPN Connection Setting to be

via an HTTP Proxy Server

6.5.36 AccountProxySocks - Set Connection Method of VPN Connection Setting to

be via an SOCKS Proxy Server

6.5.37 AccountServerCertEnable - Enable VPN Connection Setting Server

Certificate Verification Option

6.5.38 AccountServerCertDisable - Disable VPN Connection Setting Server

Certificate Verification Option

6.5.39 AccountServerCertSet - Set Server Individual Certificate for VPN

Connection Setting

6.5.40 AccountServerCertDelete - Delete Server Individual Certificate for VPN

Connection Setting

6.5.41 AccountServerCertGet - Get Server Individual Certificate for VPN

Connection Setting

6.5.42

AccountDetailSet - Set Advanced Settings for VPN Connection Setting

6.5.43

AccountRename - Change VPN Connection Setting Name

6.5.44

AccountConnect - Start Connection to VPN Server using VPN Connection

Setting

6.5.45

AccountDisconnect - Disconnect VPN Connection Setting During Connection

6.5.46

AccountStatusGet - Get Current VPN Connection Setting Status

6.5.47

AccountNicSet - Set Virtual Network Adapter for VPN Connection Setting to

Use

6.5.48

AccountStatusShow - Set Connection Status and Error Screen to Display

when Connecting to VPN Server

6.5.49 AccountStatusHide - Set Connection Status and Error Screen to be Hidden

when Connecting to VPN Server

6.5.50 AccountSecureCertSet - Set User Authentication Type of VPN Connection

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Setting to Smart Card Authentication

6.5.51 AccountRetrySet - Set Interval between Connection Retries for Connection
Failures or Disconnections of VPN Connection Setting

6.5.52 AccountStartupSet - Set VPN Connection Setting as Startup Connection

6.5.53 AccountStartupRemove - Remove Startup Connection of VPN Connection
Setting

6.5.54 AccountExport - Export VPN Connection Setting

6.5.55 AccountImport - Import VPN Connection Setting

6.5.56 RemoteEnable - Allow Remote Management of VPN Client Service

6.5.57 RemoteDisable - Deny Remote Management of VPN Client Service

6.5.58 KeepEnable - Enable the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.5.59 KeepDisable - Disable the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.5.60 KeepSet - Set the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.5.61 KeepGet - Get the Keep Alive Internet Connection Function

6.5.62 MakeCert - Create New X.509 Certificate and Private Key

6.5.63 TrafficClient - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool
Client

6.5.64 TrafficServer - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool
Server

6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible

6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆
6.5.65 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible 6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference ⦆

6.6 VPN Tools Command Reference

6.6.1 About - Display the version information

6.6.2 MakeCert - Create New X.509 Certificate and Private Key

6.6.3 TrafficClient - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool Client

6.6.4 TrafficServer - Execute Communication Throughput Measurement Tool
Server

6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible

6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX
6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX
6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX
6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX
6.6.5 Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX

Check - Check if PacketiX VPN Operation is Possible ⦆ ⦆ Chapter 7 Installing PacketiX VPN