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The most secure and reliable way to open blocked sites in iPad or iPhone is using vpn. You do not need any specific application for this. You can simple make a new vpn connection on your iOS device with standard iOS features.
All you need is setup vpn connection following simple steps below:
To make a new vpn connection in your iOS device you need to do the next:
Go to Settings > General > VPN
Click Add VPN Configuration
Choose PPTP VPN and enter you VPN account data. You will receive your VPN server, username and password in the e-mail
Server address must be exactly as in your account data (without http://, www or any other symbols)
Save your VPN configuration. Once you have created VPN connection you can switch it ON and OFF on the main settings screen
Once you have created vpn connection you can switch it on and off on the main settings screen.
Under the vpn connection you can access any blocked website and be absolutely sure that you are safe and secure. Sahrzad VPN How to Setup Guides
Select the tab that corresponds to the type of VPN network you are trying to connect to. You can select "L2TP," "PPTP" and "IPSec."
Enter a description of the VPN" in the "Description" field. Enter the IP address of the VPN in the "Server" field and enter your VPN user name in the "Account" field. If you use a password to access the VPN, enter your case-sensitive password in the "Password" field.
Tap the "Save" button located in the upper right corner to save your VPN settings.
Move the switch located to the right of "VPN" to the "On" position. Your iPod will automatically connect to the VPN network.
It could be a missing route... are the file server and email server on the same subnet? If they are then it is possibly not a routing issue.
Also it would be worth checking the tunneling settings for the VPNs... if you have specifed either only the fileserver subnet or specifically the file server address, then this could be the reason they can get to nothing else.
1. Pix does not like class A address, make sure you are using B or C.
2. The VPN subnet always has to be differant to the LAN.
3. Has to have a working DNS server.
4. Add static route, and last resort to main ethernet port that has the DNS & R62. (or 2 if on differant sub)
The key with any VPN solution is to make sure that the configurations on both ends match. I am not very familiar with this particular product, but it looks like you need to have the proper VPN licenses installed first.
There are two types of VPN you can do.
1) Site to Site - This is where the are two static boxes that you want to create an encrypted tunnel between
2) Remote User access - This is where mobile users connect to a central site over an encrypted tunnel from their home or on the road.
Next, take a looks at the User Guide PDF here:
Chapter 10 tells how to configure the VPN on the Firebox side. You would just duplicate your settings if your doing option #1.
Chapter 11 tells how to configure the VPN on the client side. This section would tell you how to configure the client software for option #2.
Hope this helps.