The group policy can be defined as either internal, which means that the attributes are pulled from that which is defined on the ASA, or it can be defined as external, where the attributes are queried from an external server.This is the command that is used in order to define the group policy:
In order to check IPsec tunnel status on the pfSense firewall, go to column, IPsec tunnel is successfully established as shown in the following screenshot.
In order to check IPsec tunnel status on the how to configure site to site vpn on cisco asa 5550 pfSense firewall, go to column, IPsec tunnel is successfully established as shown in the following screenshot.
Click the button to finalize your configuration, as shown in the following screenshot.
We will start with a preconfiguration checklist that will serve as a reference for configuration of IPSEC on both devices. ISAKMP/Phase 1 attributes are used to authenticate and create a secure tunnel over which IPsec/Phase 2 parameters are negotiated.
The command under the general attributes of the tunnel group defines the group policy that is used in order to push certain policy settings for the tunnel that is established. The default settings for the options that you did not define in the group policy are taken from a global default group policy:
You don’t need to have a static IP on the pfsense site. You can use the “” command on the ASA firewall to terminate the pfsense site which has dynamic IP
After successfully logging in you reach the Status page which reports the summary state of your pfSense firewall. Go to tab. Configure ISAKMP/Phase 1 parameters as given in Table 1 and shown in the following screenshot.