PepVPN – The worlds easiest VPN

hello this is Kevin with 3G store and today we're going to be taking a look at pet VPN and how you can use it to build a reliable network with minimal setup the first question you'll have is what is pet VPN pepped VPN is built upon the same engine that is used by speed fusions when bonding technology it's a device to device VPN protocol that's extremely easy to set up and configure it provides a full 256 bit AES encryption and is compatible with existing speed fusion hardware this will now be available on all single active LAN devices from Peplink to give you a real world example of how you can use pet VPN say we have a balanced 380 in the primary office and we're using a pet VPN enabled max be our one in the remote location using pet VPN we have a very simple way to configure to remote networks to speak to each other and to share network resources remotely setting up a speed fusion enabled device to communicate with a pet VPN enabled device is very easy the first thing we're going to do is look at our balance 380 and how to set that up so the first thing you'll do is go up and click on network and on the left hand side select the speed fusion option you can see that we currently don't have any VPN connections or profiles to find in there so we'll do that in just a second first thing we need to do though is look at our local ID and make sure we have that set properly the local ID is used with speed fusion and peps VPN in order for the two networks to communicate with each other on our speed fusion box we have the local ID set to London so we're gonna have to enter that on the BR one side without the local ID enabled on each side of the pet VPN or speed fusion tunnel the VPN will never be able to establish so now we're going to go ahead and set up a VPN profile back to our connection in New York which is the BR one we looked at earlier we're going to click on new profile and every profile is going to require a name so you'll have to set this up on both the 380 and the BR 1 we're going to call this New York office since that's the name of the network we're going to connect back to this is active and set to 256 AES encryption by default remote ID is going to be the local ID of the network you're trying to connect to so we're going to enter the local ID of the max B r1 and that is set as New York pre-shared key is an optional field in the pet VPN and speed fusion connection essentially this would be a passphrase that you'd have to enter in each location for an added level of security so it's more than just the remote ID that you need to connect by the next field is for remote IP addresses flashed host names this is going to be where you fill in the IP address of the network you're going to be connecting to this only has to be filled in on one set of the device because pepti VPN and speed fusion will communicate the other network name back for you the other option you have is for a data port we're gonna leave that at default but if you know that a specific port is blocked by your carrier you can switch all of your speed fusion and pet the VPN traffic to a specific port number the other options for when a connection priority apply to the speed fusion device since it has multiple LAN links we have all of these set for priority one highest right now but if we only wanted to use specific connections on our VPN tunnel we could switch them by priority once everything is configured the next step is to click Save and in the top right hand corner click apply changes now that the balance 380 has been set up the next step is to take and open our backs B r1 and set up the pet VPN profile there this is located on our advanced and pepped VPN you'll notice that under PAP VPN the local ID is set for New York that is what we just entered in on the balance 380 so now just like on the 380 we have to create a profile when we open this up it's going to ask us for a name so we're gonna make this very simple and just call this London office it's going to be active with the 256 bit AES encryption the remote ID on the balance 380 we set is where we're going to enter that here so that is London and the next part is remote IP addresses remember this says optional but you do have to enter that on at least one side of your pipe VPN connection I already have this on my clipboard so I'll paste it in there remember we're connecting to a speed fusion enabled device so they actually have to when links on the 380 side we can go ahead and enter both of those IP addresses however it is unnecessary pepp VPN will establish the connection with a single IP address and once that connection is made multiple connections will be made back from the balanced 380 on all the available land links this means if one of the IP addresses was to go down we'll have an unbreakable connection to our VPN the next step just like on the 380 is to click Save and then apply changes in the top right to create the profile back on the dashboard of the max br1 we can see that it is applying the changes that we just made Pep the VPN now shows up with the London office profile we just created now that the PPN profile has been applied you can see to switch to creating tunnel creating tunnel means the BR one has reached out and communicated with the Balance 380 and it is establishing the VPN once creating tunnel is finished it will switch to updating routes this means the remaining lan links from the Balance 380 are being communicated to the BR 1 zooming in now you can see the pet VPN profile we just set up on the BR one says established that means that we have entered in all the correct IP information and the correct local ID to establish the VPN switching over to the balance 380 that we first looked at our profile we created through speed fusion says established as well and the padlock signifies that we are encrypted through 256 bit AES to look at some information about our pet VPN connection that we just established you'll click on the Status button the profile for London office shows up and it tells you the IP of the remote network that you're communicating with when you click on the blue arrow it will tell you which links we have active on our B r1 and the red and green lights signify which links are actually connected to the speed fusion or other pet VPN profile going back to the Balance 380 and looking at the status we can bring that up pull up the profile that we set up for our New York office we can see the remote network that were connected to and which links are active in the profile now being a speed fusion capable device there's multiple LAN links and they each have a green light meaning we have multiple VPN tunnels back to the BR one for failover now we demonstrated this today with a speed fusion enabled balance router connecting to a B r1 with pet VPN you can also set this up by hooking to pet VPN devices directly to each other the benefit to using a speed fusion device at your primary location and deploying multiple pet VPN devices in the field is if one of the wine connections at the main office goes down there's still multiple VPN tunnels talking to each of the pipe VPN devices this way there's an unbreakable VPN with no loss in connectivity for more information on pet VPN be sure to visit 3G store comm / Peplink and for more videos like this subscribe to our channel thank you

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