VLANs and IPSec VPNs
MuniX-1 at PACBELL.NET
Sat Mar 24 01:33:00 EST 2001
Huh? I think I got it,.
You might be terminating a VPN [inside leg] on a switch that
has several Vlans.
Is this your trouble?
Then you might need an RSP and then route the interface.
You see the L2 does not do routing therefore your datagrams
only go in to the Vlan membership broadcast domain, if you
connect it to a routed interface then you be OK.
Also there is some boxes out there NS-1000 that support
802.1q tagging [Cisco ISL Trunking] .
Is this the case?
Please give us more details and we " Security Focus e-mail junkies"
will help you out.
Christopher Gripp wrote:
> Are there any issues with integrating VLANS in a network that is
> accessed remotely by using IPSec VPNs?
> I seem to recall at some point being told by a vendor that the 2 don't
> play well together but I can't think of why.
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