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VPN's using IPSec/ISAKMP between Cisco and oBSD (?)
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: VPN's using IPSec/ISAKMP between Cisco and oBSD (?)
- From: Tor Houghton <torh_(_at_)_bogus_(_dot_)_net>
- Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 11:58:26 +0100 (CET)
I am currently working on a VPN solution on Cisco routers, and have met a
few problems. I am therefore thinking about substituting one of the
elements with an OpenBSD server.
The question is, has anyone got any ideas if it will work?
The layout I want is follows:
site1 ---- "hub" ---- site5
/ | \
/ | \
site2 | site4
The "hub" is currently a Cisco, but this is the element I wish to test
using OpenBSD. Basically, I am trying to get around the problem of having
multiple keys on all the "sites" (Cisco's); site1 is supposed to be able
to talk to site2 and site3 etc. This is a royal pain on Ciscos (as you can
only have one "crypto map" per interface).
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