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XMission VPN connection details

XMission VPN Connection Settings

Server: vpn.xmission.com
Username: Configured at time of purchase
Password: Configured at time of purchase
VPN Type: IKEv2
Advanced TCP/IP Settings: Use default gateway on remote network.


Connecting to the VPN via Windows 10

Setting up the Networking Configuration

Open your Control Panel and select View network status and tasks

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Click on Set up a new connection or network.

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Select Set up a workplace - Set up a dial-up or VPN connection to your workplace. Press Next.

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Choose Use my Internet connection (VPN).

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Enter vpn.xmission.com for Internet address: and XMission VPN for Destination name:. Click Create to finish this step.

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Open the Windows 10 Settings and go to Network and Internet

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Select VPN

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Here you should see your recently created VPN. Click on it and choose Advanced Options

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Edit the VPN settings

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Change the VPN type to IKEv2, followed by selecting User name and password in the Type of sign-in info drop down. Enter the username and password given to you when the service was ordered. When finished click Save.

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Navigate back to Network and Internet in the Windows 10 settings.

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This time choose Ethernet

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Here you will click on Change Adapter Options under the Related Settings

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You will see all Network options you have here, including wifi, etc. Right click on the VPN you created and select Properties

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Under the Security tab, ensure your settings are correct as they are below

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Next go to the Networking tab and select Properties under the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) option.

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Click Advanced

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Under the IP Settings tab, chose Use Default Gateway on Remote Network

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You are now ready to connect to the VPN.

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