Creating EC2 Instance

Create EC2 as a Customer Gateway

  1. Access to VPC
  • Select Security Group
  • Select Create security group

Create VPC

  1. In the Create security group interface
  • Security group name, enter VPN Public -SG
  • In the Description section enter Allow IPSec, SSH, and Ping for servers in public subnet.
  • VPC, select ASG VPN vpc

Create VPC

  1. Configure Inbound rules
  • Select Add rule
  • Select Type: SSH and Source: My IP. My IP represents a public IPv4 address you are using.
  • Click Add rule to add a new rule.
  • Select Type: All ICMP IPv4 and Source: Anywhere. Allow ping from any IP address.
  • Click Add rule to add a new rule.
  • Select Type: Custom UDP , Port:400 and Source : Anywhere.
  • Click Add rule to add a new rule.
  • Select Type: Custom TCP , Port:500 and Source : Anywhere

Create VPC

  1. Check Outbound rules and select Create security group

Create VPC

  1. Complete creation of VPN Public - SG. So we have created a Security Group. Next, we will proceed to create an EC2 server that plays the Customer Gateway role.

Create VPC

  1. Access to EC2
  • Select Instances*
  • Select Launch instances

Create VPC

  1. In the Launch instances interface
  • Name, enter Customer Gateway

Create VPC

  1. Executing AMI Selection
  • Select Quick Start
  • Select Amazon Linux
  • Select AMI

Create VPC

  1. Select Instance type and select Key pair: aws-keypair(keypair created with instances)

Create VPC

  1. Configure Network
  • VPC, select ASG VPN vpc
  • Subnet, select VPN Public
  • Auto-assign public IP, select Enable
  • Firewall, select Select existing security group
  • Select VPN Public - SG
  • Check again and select Launch instance

Create VPC

  1. Finish creating EC2 instance
  • Select View all instances

Create VPC

  1. View details Customer Gateway instance

Create VPC