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1 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems January 13, 2004 Overview This document describes how to configure a VPN tunnel from a Proventia M series appliance to Check Point NG FeaturePack 3 systems. Intended use This document provides an example for configuring VPN from a Proventia M series appliance to a Check Point NG FeaturePack 3 system. The example is not designed for operational use without modification. A knowledgeable IPSEC network administrator or advanced user should design new, custom polices for operational use. Scope This document does not provide specific procedures, but rather examples of settings. For specific instructions on how to configure these settings, refer to the documentation listed in the Related documentation section of this topic. Related documentation Refer to the Proventia Manager Help and the Proventia M Series Appliances User Guide for more information about the following: IKE and IKE policies IPSEC and IPSEC policies Firewall policies For procedures for configuring the Check Point NG FP 3 system, refer to the documentation provided with your system. In this document This document contains the following topics: Topic Page Before You Begin 3 Internet Security Systems, Inc All rights reserved worldwide. 1

2 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Topic Page Configuring the Appliance IKE Policy 5 Configuring the Appliance IPSEC Policy 6 Configuring Antivirus Protection with VPN Connection 8 Creating Related Firewall Rules for Proventia M series Appliance 10 Configuring Check Point Modes and Objects 13 Creating Interoperable Objects 15 Configure IKE (Phase 1) Policy for Default Check Point Object 17 Configure IKE (Phase 1) Policy for Proventia Object 18 Creating Security Rules in the IPSEC Policy 19 2

3 Before You Begin Before You Begin This topic includes a topography graphic and a checklist to help you gather the information you need to configure VPN for your Proventia M series appliance and Check Point NG FP 3 system. Topography The following graphic illustrates the network topography of a Proventia M series appliance configured for VPN with a Check Point NG FP 3 system. The example used in this document is based on the topography depicted. Subnet A /24 Subnet B / a.a.a.a b.b.b.b Internet Proventia Check Point Table 1: Topography for VPN tunnel from Proventia M Series appliance to Check Point 3

4 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Checklist The following checklist indicates the information that you need before configuring your VPN tunnel. Proventia M series External IP address Note: This is the IP address that you will use where a.a.a.a appears in the examples in this document. Proventia M series Internal IP Address Subnet A IP address Check Point NG FP3 External IP address Note: This is the IP address that you will use where b.b.b.b appears in the examples in this document. Check Point NG FP3 Internal IP address Subnet B IP address Preshared key (minimum of 16 characters) Note: Use signed certificates to identify the Proventia M series appliance and Check Point VPN servers for better security. IKE Phase 1 (Main Mode) Authentication MD5 SHA1 IKE Phase 1 Encryption 3DES DES AES Note: If you select AES, select an AES key length: IKE Phase 1 Key Lifetime Seconds IKE Phase 1 Key Lifetime Kbytes IKE Phase 1 Diffie-Hellman Group Group1 Group2 Group5 IKE Phase 2 (Quick Mode) Authentication MD5 SHA1 IKE Phase 2 Encryption 3DES DES AES Note: If you select AES, select an AES key length: IKE Phase 2 Key Lifetime Seconds IKE Phase 2 Key Lifetime Kbytes IKE Phase 2 Diffie-Hellman Group None Group1 Group2 Group5 Firewall Policies 4

5 Configuring the Appliance IKE Policy Configuring the Appliance IKE Policy You must configure the IKE policy for Phase I (Main Mode) negotiation. Creating an IKE policy rule To configure the IKE policy, create an IKE rule with the following settings: Name Enabled Direction Exchange Type Local ID Type Local ID Data Local IP Remote IP Encryption Algorithm Authentication Algorithm Authentication Mode Pre-Shared Key To_Check_Point Selected Both Main Mode IP Address The external interface IP address of the Proventia M series appliance Example: a.a.a.a The external interface IP address of the Proventia M series appliance Example: a.a.a.a The external interface IP address of the Check Point NG FP3 system Example: b.b.b.b 3DES MD5 Pre Shared Key A text string value of at least 16-characters Example: abcdef Note: You will use the same text string for the Check Point NG FP3 system. Lifetime in Secs 7200 Lifetime in Kbs DH Group Group 2 Table 2: IKE policy settings for Proventia M series appliance Adding a remote ID In the Remote ID area, add a remote ID with the following settings: Remote ID Type Remote ID Data IP Address The external interface IP address of the Check Point NG FP3 system Example: b.b.b.b Table 3: Remote ID settings for Proventia M series appliance 5

6 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Configuring the Appliance IPSEC Policy You must configure the IPSEC policy to define the IPSEC protocol, key exchange method, and other necessary information needed to provide security to IP packets. The IPSEC policy is configured without network address translation (NAT). Creating an IPSEC rule To configure the IPSEC policy, create an IPSEC rule with the following settings: Name Enabled Security Process Protocol Encapsulation Mode Source Address Source Port Destination Address Destination Port Automatic Key Management Peer S.G. Perfect Forward Secrecy To_Check_Point Selected Apply All Tunnel Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet A. Example: /24 Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet B. Example: /16 Selected The external interface IP address of the Check Point NG FP3 system Example: b.b.b.b Group 2 Table 4: IPSEC policy settings for Proventia M series appliance 6

7 Configuring the Appliance IPSEC Policy Adding a security proposal In the Security Proposal area, add a security proposal with the following settings: Security Protocol Auth Algorithm ESP Algorithm ESP AES Key Length ESP with Auth MD5 AES 128 Lifetime in Secs 3600 Lifetime in Kbs 0 Table 5: Security Proposal settings for Proventia M series appliance 7

8 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Configuring Antivirus Protection with VPN Connection The antivirus software proxies traffic to the external interface of the Proventia M series appliance for the following protocols: HTTP FTP SMTP POP3 To ensure that traffic analyzed by the antivirus software is sent and received from the remote VPN subnet B, you must create an additional IPSEC policy rule. Creating an IPSEC rule To configure the IPSEC policy, create an IPSEC rule with the following settings: Name Enabled Security Process Protocol Encapsulation Mode Source Address Source Port Destination Address Destination Port Automatic Key Management Peer S.G. Perfect Forward Secrecy AV_To_Check_Point Selected Apply All Tunnel Single IP Address Type the external interface IP address of the Proventia M series appliance Example: a.a.a.a Note: This setting encapsulates traffic from the Proventia appliance external interface. Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet B. Example: /16 Selected The external interface IP address of the Check Point NG FP3 system Example: b.b.b.b Group 2 Table 6: IPSEC rule settings for antivirus protection for VPN 8

9 Configuring Antivirus Protection with VPN Connection Adding a security proposal In the Security Proposal area, add a security proposal with the following settings: Security Protocol Auth Algorithm ESP Algorithm ESP AES Key Length ESP with Auth MD5 AES 128 Lifetime in Secs 3600 Lifetime in Kbs 0 Table 7: Security Proposal settings for antivirus protection for VPN Mirror inbound policy rule The appliance automatically creates the mirror inbound policy rule for antivirus protection for VPN. 9

10 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Creating Related Firewall Rules for Proventia M series Appliance Creating related firewall rules includes the following tasks: enabling Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol (ISAKMP) traffic to the Proventia M series appliance external interface enabling traffic from subnet A to subnet B without NAT Guidelines You are creating a VPN tunnel in which the original IP addresses are preserved in the ESP, so you do not need NAT for the subnets. Order of firewall rules Firewall rules are processed in the order that they appear in the list. Enabling ISAKMP traffic to the Proventia M series appliance Although you have created a VPN tunnel from the Check Point server to the Proventia VPN server, you must configure the firewall to accept or deny traffic from the VPN client. To do this, enable ISAKMP traffic to the Proventia M series appliance external interface. To enable ISAKMP traffic to the Proventia M series appliance, enable the self policy firewall rule with the following settings: Note: This firewall rule is included in the self policy. However, it is disabled by default. You must enable it to allow VPN traffic. Enabled Action Log Enabled Network Protocol Source Address Source Port Destination Address Selected Accept Not selected (optional) EXT UDP The external interface IP address of the Check Point NG FP3 system Example: b.b.b.b Destination Port 500 Table 8: Self policy firewall rule settings for Proventia M series appliance 10

11 Creating Related Firewall Rules for Proventia M series Appliance Enabling traffic from subnet A to subnet B To enable all traffic from subnet A to subnet B, add inbound and outbound internal policy firewall rules. Add an Inbound rule In the Inbound Rules area, add a rule with the following settings: Enabled Action Log Enabled Protocol NAT Enabled Source Address Source Port Destination Address Destination Port Selected Accept Not selected (optional) Not selected Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet B. Example: /16 Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet A. Example: /24 Table 9: Internal inbound firewall rule settings for Proventia M series appliance 11

12 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Add an Outbound rule In the Outbound Rules area, add a rule with the following settings: Enabled Action Log Enabled Protocol NAT Enabled Source Address Source Port Destination Address Destination Port Selected Accept Not selected (optional) Not selected Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet A. Example: /24 Network Address/#Network Bits (CIDR) Type the network mask for subnet B. Example: /16 Table 10: Internal outbound firewall rule settings for Proventia M series appliance 12

13 Configuring Check Point Modes and Objects Configuring Check Point Modes and Objects Configuring Check Point modes and objects includes the following tasks: verifying the Check Point VPN-1 Pro mode creating network objects Notes: This document covers only Traditional mode. For help with setting up a VPN connection in Simplified mode, consult your Check Point documentation. If you change from Simplified mode to Traditional mode in the Global Properties window, then you must create a new policy so that the Encrypt Action is available for firewall rules. Verify Check Point VPN-1 Pro mode To verify Check Point VPN-1 Pro mode: 1. Open the Management console and log in. 2. Select PolicyGlobal Properties. 3. Click VPN-1 Pro in the left window pane. 4. Verify that the VPN configuration method is Traditional mode. Create network objects To create network objects: 1. In the Management console, click the Network Objects icon to display the Network Objects tree. 2. Expand the Network Objects tree. 3. Right click Networks, and then select New Network. 4. Provide the following information on the General tab: Name Network Address Netmask Subnet A The network IP address for subnet A Example: The netmask for subnet A Example: Click OK to save the network. 6. Does a network object already exist for the internal network protected by the Check Point NG FP 3 firewall? If yes, you have finished creating network objects. Go to the next topic. If no, go to Step Right click Networks, and then select New Network. 13

14 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems 8. Provide the following information on the General tab: Name Network Address Netmask Subnet B The network IP address for subnet B Example: The netmask for subnet B Example: Click OK to save the network. 14

15 Creating Interoperable Objects Creating Interoperable Objects You must create interoperable objects for the Proventia appliance. Procedure To create interoperable objects: 1. In the Management console, click the Network Objects icon to display the Network Objects tree. 2. Expand the Network Objects tree. 3. Right click Interoperable Devices, and then select New Interoperable Device. 4. Provide the following information for the Proventia appliance: Name External IP address Proventia a.a.a.a 5. In the left pane, click Topology. 6. Click Add, and then provide the following information on the General tab: Name IP Address Netmask Internal The internal interface IP address of the Proventia appliance Example: The netmask for subnet A Example: Provide the following information on the Topology tab: Topology IP Address behind this interface Internal Specific Select Subnet A from the drop-down list 8. Click OK to save. 15

16 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems 9. Click Add, and then enter the following information on the General tab: Name IP Address Netmask External The external interface IP address of the Proventia appliance Example: a.a.a.a The external netmask of the Proventia appliance Example: On the Topology tab, select External for Topology. 11. Click OK to save. 16

17 Configure IKE (Phase 1) Policy for Default Check Point Object Configure IKE (Phase 1) Policy for Default Check Point Object You must configure the IKE policy for Phase I (Main Mode) negotiation for the default Check Point object. Procedure To configure IKE for the default Check Point object: 1. Right-click the default Check Point object, and then click Edit. 2. Click Traditional Mode Configuration, and then configure the following settings: Encryption Algorithm Data Integrity 3DES MD5 3. Click Advanced, and then configure the following settings: Diffie-Hellman groups for IKE Renegotiate IKE Security Associations Renegotiate IPSEC Security Associations Renegotiate IPSEC Security Associations Support aggressive mode Group minutes 7200 seconds Kbytes Disabled 4. Click OK. 5. Select VPN Advanced in the left pane, and then enable Support key exchange for subnets. 17

18 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems Configure IKE (Phase 1) Policy for Proventia Object You must configure the IKE policy for Phase I (Main Mode) negotiation for the Proventia object. Procedure To configure IKE for the Proventia object: 1. Right-click the Proventia interoperable object that you just created, and then click Edit. 2. Click Traditional Mode Configuration, and then configure the following settings: Encryption Algorithm Data Integrity Pre-shared Secret 3DES MD5 Enable 3. Click Edit Secrets. 4. Select Check Point object, and then click Edit. 5. Type the same pre-shared key that you used for the Proventia appliance. Example: abcdef 6. Click Set, and then click OK. 7. Click Advanced, and then configure the following settings: Diffie-Hellman groups for IKE Renegotiate IKE Security Associations Renegotiate IPSEC Security Associations Renegotiate IPSEC Security Associations Support aggressive mode Group minutes 7200 seconds Kbytes Disabled 8. Click OK. 9. Select VPN Advanced in the left pane, and then enable Support key exchange for subnets. 18

19 Creating Security Rules in the IPSEC Policy Creating Security Rules in the IPSEC Policy You must create security rules in the IPSEC policy. Procedure To create rules: 1. In the right panel, select the Security Test tab. 2. Select Add RuleTop, and then configure the following settings: Source Destination Default Check Point Object Proventia Proventia Default Check Point Object Service IPSEC (includes IKE - UDP 500) Action Accept 3. Add a rule after the IPSEC rule just created with the following settings: Source Destination Service Action Subnet A Subnet B Subnet B Subnet A Encrypt 4. Right click on Encrypt in the action for the rule above, and then select Edit properties. 5. Select IKE, and click Edit. 19

20 Configuring VPN from Proventia M Series Appliance to Check Point Systems 6. Configure the following settings: Encryption Algorithm Data Integrity Compression Method Allowed Peer Gateway Use Perfect Forward Secrecy AES-128 MD5 None Enabled Use DH Group Group 2 7. Click OK to save the IKE settings. 8. Click OK to save the IPSEC policy. 20

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