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The following XML example illustrates how to establish a virtual private network (VPN) connection to a corporate network by using an existing connection to the Internet. The connection to the corporate network is made through a VPN connection created with the CM_VPNEntries Configuration Service Provider.

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<characteristic type="CM_PPPEntries">
   <characteristic type="InternetPPP">
	<parm name="DestId"
value="{436EF144-B4FB-4863-A041-8F905A62C572}" />
	<parm name="CountryCode" value="1" />
	<parm name="AreaCode" value="425" />
	<parm name="Phone" value="5550124" />
	<parm name="UserName" value="USERNAME" />
	<parm name="Password" value="PASSWORD" />
	<parm name="Domain" value="DOMAIN" />
<characteristic type="CM_VPNEntries">
   <characteristic type="VPN1">
	<parm name="SrcId"
value="{436EF144-B4FB-4863-A041-8F905A62C572}" />
	<parm name="DestId"
value="{A1182988-0D73-439e-87AD-2A5B369F808B}" />
	<parm name="Phone" value="" />
	<parm name="UserName" value="myuser" />
	<parm name="Password" value="mypassword" />
	<parm name="Domain" value="mydomain" />


One provisioning XML file typically contains configuration information for multiple Configuration Service Providers. To use this example, you must replace the values as appropriate, and add the node as a child of the OMA Client Provisioning file. For information about the syntax of this file, see OMA Client Provisioning Files. For examples, see OMA Client Provisioning XML File Examples.

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