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OpenScape Office V2
Tutorial
Teleworker interaction with Shrew Soft VPN client

Version 1.0

The following steps describe how to connect a Teleworker set in the OpenScape Office MX V2 or MX
V3 system with the Shrew Soft VPN Client:

Preconditions:
 On OpenScape Office MX systems iŶterŶet aĐĐess ŵust ďe ĐoŶfigured as ͞DSL at WAN Port
directly͟. Otherǁise a VPN Connection wizard will not be available and below shown
configuration cannot be performed.
 In case OpenScape Office MX is not configured with a fixed WAN-IP-address a dynamic DNS
account like DynDNS or similar is needed to be able to use the functionality. Supported
doŵaiŶ Ŷaŵes are listed ǁithiŶ the ͞CoŶfigure DLJŶDN“ AĐĐouŶt͟ page of the Internet
Configuration wizard.

Notes:
 Tests done with Shrew Soft VPN Client version 2.1.7
 Shrew Soft VPN Client can be downloaded from: http://www.shrew.net
 Tested on Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows XP SP3
 In this shown example configuration, also the value of a possible DNS server was set to
192.168.1.254.
 In this shown example configuration, the configured OpenScape Office MX system IP-address
was set to 192.168.1.2.
 In this shown example configuration, the required virtual IP-address for the added
Teleworker was set to value 192.168.111.222. This virtual IP-address is unique for each
Teleworker that should be added to the system.







Please perform following steps to grant access to OpenScape Office MX V2 or MX V3 for a
Teleworker using Shrew Soft VPN Client:

IŶ the OpeŶ“Đape OffiĐe AssistaŶt Ŷaǀigate to „“etup͞ and check configuration settings as described
in the precondition details.
This check can be done via ͞IŶterŶet CoŶfiguratioŶ͟ ǁizard.


IŶ the OpeŶ“Đape OffiĐe AssistaŶt Ŷaǀigate to „“etup͞ and open ͞VPN CoŶŶeĐtioŶ͟ ǁizard.
As shown in the screenshot above, there is no existing VPN configuration currently set and VPN is
OFF.
Please ĐliĐk oŶ the ͞CoŶfiguratioŶ of VPN͟-button and proceed with the following steps.

IŶ this ĐoŶfiguratioŶ page please ĐliĐk oŶ the „Add͟-button.



At first system parameters of the OpenScape Office MX system have to be entered:
 System name: This name is a free name value that describes your system.
 Comment: An optional field that may contain additional comments.
 Active: This checkbox must be set to enable the configuration.
 Remote Service Center: With this new OpenScape Office MX V3 parameter this VPN tunnel
can be enabled with *995+PIN or disabled with #995+PIN. The required PIN can be set via
͞OpenScape Office AssistaŶt͟ > ͞“erǀiĐe CeŶter͟ > ͞Reŵote AĐĐess͟ > ͞Code͟. If checkbox is
set, the usage of service code *995/#995 will take effect on this VPN tunnel. Only in V3 !
 Use Data of own System: If this checkbox is set, most of the fields below will be set with the
from the before done internet access configuration values, like the DynDNS account.
 Address Type: Usage of this value depends if the system has a fixed ip-address for the
internet configuration or if DynDNS is used.
 Global IP Address/DNS Name (WAN): Enter the fixed IP-address or DynDNS name.
 Local IP Address (LAN): Enter the local IP-address of the OpenScape Office MX.
 Local Subnet Mask (LAN): Enter the local subnet mask address of the OpenScape Office MX.

Afterwards use the ͞Add͟-ďuttoŶ iŶ the ͞Teleǁorker͟ seĐtioŶ to proĐeed ǁith the Ŷedžt steps.

A new Teleworker setup requires the following configuration:
 Name: This name is a free name value that describes the new Teleworker.
 Address Type: This value will set the authentificaton type.
 Virtual IP Address/DNS Name: This required virtual IP-address for the added Teleworker was
set to value 192.168.111.222 in this example. This virtual IP-address is unique for each
Teleworker that should be added to the system.
 Comment: An optional field that may contain additional comments.
 Active: This flag enables/disables this Teleworker without deleting its entry from
configuration. Click on ͞OK͟-button to continue with configuration steps.


As shown the recently added Teleworker is now listed in the configuration.
Click on ͞OK & Nedžt͟-button to continue with configuration steps.




Click on ͞OK & Nedžt͟-button to continue with configuration steps.



Add an at least 7 digits loŶg „Pre “hared “eĐret͞. This key is used later during configuration of the
VPN client and will be checked within authentification.
CliĐk oŶ the ͞OK͟-button to continue with configuration steps.


The added VPN tunnel and Teleworker is now listed oŶ the oǀerǀieǁ page of the „VPN
Connection͞wizard.
Click on ͞“ǁitĐh VPN oŶ͟-button to continue with configuration steps.



To finally enable VPN access the in this example configuration used DynDNS access needs to be
checked.
To perforŵ this test, please ĐliĐk oŶ the ͞CoŶŶeĐtioŶ test͟-button. A general internet connection and
DynDNS configuration will be started.
VPN access will be active after the test has been finished successfully.
OpenScape Office Assistant can be closed afterwards.









Please perform following steps to install Shrew Soft VPN Client on your computer:

After downloading the software from http://www.shrew.net double click on the executable file.

AĐĐept the LiĐeŶse AgreeŵeŶt ǁith the „I Agree͞-button.

Proceed with „Nedžt͞.

Proceed with „Nedžt͞.


Proceed with „Nedžt͞.

Wait until the installation process has been finished.

ProĐeed ǁith the „Finish͞ to end the setup process.

NOTE: Please perform a reboot of the computer, to complete the installation. In our tests this was
needed to be able to use the software.












Please perform following steps to configure Shrew Soft VPN Client on your computer:

In Microsoft Windows start menu please navigate to ͞All Prograŵs͟ > ͞Shrew Soft VPN Client͟ aŶd
start the ͞Access Manager͟
Please ĐliĐk oŶ the ͞Add͟-button to add a new VPN connection.














Set the following configuration as shown below:

CheĐk these settiŶgs…
„Host Naŵe or IP Address͞: DynDNS or fixed IP-address of OpenScape Office MX.
͞Address͟: Virtual IP-address as set in the Teleworker configuration before.



CheĐk these settiŶgs…

CheĐk these settiŶgs…
„EŶable DN“͞: This optional value can be used to set a DNS server for name resolution for this VPN
connection.

CheĐk these settiŶgs…
„Address “triŶg͞: Virtual IP-address as set in the Teleworker configuration before.

CheĐk these settiŶgs…
„FQDN “triŶg͞: DynDNS address of the OpenScape Office MX.

Check these settiŶgs…
„Pre “hared Key͞: The authentication key as set in the Teleworker configuration before.

CheĐk these settiŶgs…


CheĐk these settiŶgs…

CheĐk these settiŶgs…

Use the „“aǀe͞-button to apply changes.

In case this „CoŶfiguratioŶ ǁarŶiŶg͟ is shown, please confirm with „OK͞. The previously set
configuration will work, although the program shows this warning.

After changes were done, the ĐoŶŶeĐtioŶ ǁill shoǁ up iŶ the „Shrew Soft VPN Access Manager͞.
Use the ͞CoŶŶeĐt͟-button to connet to OpenScape Office MX.
If necessary use the ͞ModifLJ͟-button to perform changes in the configuration.


NOTE: The program also has an ͞Edžport͟ aŶd ͞Iŵport͟ fuŶĐtioŶ to ďe aďle to saǀe aŶd load changes
on other computers, to minimize the required effort to create additional teleworker configurations.
After import oŶlLJ the ͞Virtual IP-address͟ ǀalue Ŷeeds to be changed for additionally added clients.

When all configuration steps were followed, the Teleworker should be able to login to the
OpenScape Office MX system and use VPN connection.








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