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8.18 Defining VPN settings for UC Tenants (creating offices)
UC Tenants are connected to SwyxON via VPN. The settings required for this purpose are combined under the name of “Office” in SwyxON. An Office must be created for each location.
To define the VPN settings for a UC Tenant 
1 In the menu, select UC Tenant.
*A list appears with all UC Tenants or the selected Partner’s UC Tenants.
2 Click in the row of the corresponding UC tenant on Select.
*The submenu for UC Tenant. You can edit the settings for the selected UC Tenant.
3 Select in the menu UC Tenant | Network.
*A list appears with the Offices of the selected UC Tenants.
4 Click on Add Office.
*The configuration wizard appears Add Office.
5 Define the general settings for the Office.
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If you create further Offices for the UC Tenant, the VPN connection type you have selected for the first Office will remain. You can only select a different type if all Offices have been deleted. You can, however, create Offices with and without FQDN for a UC Tenant.
 
Label
Explanation
Name
Enter a name for the Office.
VPN connection type
IKE v1 (static address)
Select this connection type if the customer’s VPN gateway only supports the IKE v1 protocol. The connection with SwyxON will only be possible with a static public IP address.
IKE v2 (static or dynamic IP address)
Select this connection type if the customer’s VPN gateway supports the IKE v2 protocol. The connection with SwyxON will be possible with a dynamically assigned or a static IP address.
6 In the Configuration Wizard , click on “Next”.
7 Define the public IP address or the FQDN for the Office if the customer’s VPN gateway always connects to SwyxON via the same public IP address.
If the customer’s VPN gateway connects to SwyxON via a dynamically assigned IP address, a so called Identity for assigning Office and VPN gateway is automatically generated. The Identity corresponds to the following format: 4-digit-numerical sequence + „@“ + UC Tenant domain. The Identity must be entered to the customer’s VPN gateway.
Label
Explanation
Public IP address/Fully qualified domain name (FQDN)
Enter the Offices public IP address or FQDN.
8 Define NAT settings, if applicable, if the customer’s VPN gateway always connects to SwyxON via the same public IP address.
If the customer’s VPN gateway connects to SwyxON via a dynamically assigned IP address, this step is obsolete.
Label
Explanation
Use private IP for VPN gateway (NAT)
Activate the checkbox if the public IP address is not directly assigned to the VPN gateway.
Private IP address
Enter the IP address of the VPN gateway’s VPN terminating interface.
Subnet address
Enter the subnet address of the VPN gateway’s VPN terminating interface.
Subnet mask
Enter the subnet mask of the VPN gateway’s VPN terminating interface.
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When making later changes to settings, click Save to save the settings.
 
9 Set the subnet settings for the Office.
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You can add further subnets later on.
 
Label
Explanation
Subnet address
Enter the Offices subnet address.
Subnet mask
Enter the Offices subnet mask.
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When making later changes to settings, click Save to save the settings.
 
10 Click on Finish
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If you change the settings for one of several of the customer’s Offices, the connection to other locations might be interrupted. Reestablish the VPN connection after you have made your changes to restore the functionality.
 
*The Office is displayed in the list of Offices.
Last modified date: 07/20/2022