IPSec is a method to provide internet security over the layer 3 of the OSI model.

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Cisco RV180 ipsec vpn to mac os x 10.8.2 default client Configuration

I would like to configure an IPSec VPN tunnel between my RV180 (server, last firmware) and my Mac OSX 10.8.2 laptop. I have little knowledge about VPN, and a bit more about network in general. I have ...
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Can't connect to pc using Remote Desktop over VPN with Domain user account only

Craziest thing. I can't seem to login to my pc at work using my domain credentials. I am using Remote Desktop with a Cisco VPN and have tried both Mac and Win 7 remote machines. It appears that I can ...
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How do I configure DD-WRT to forward IPSec traffic to an internal server to support a road warrior configuration?

I use dd-wrt as my home router setup and that's been working fine. Now I wanted to figure out a way to be able to use my iPad to set up a IPSec tunnel to my home network while I'm on the road. PPTP ...
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Is it possible to set up IPSec on a linux virtual machine host to connect to an Azure virtual network

We run some virtual machines in an onsite Ubuntu based server with guests being a mixture of Windows Server and Ubuntu. We're also setting up some Windows Azure virtual machines and ideally would like ...
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Netgear NAT over LAN TO LAN

I have the following question: I need to connect through a vpn IPsec lan 2 lan tunnel with a partner but they want that I connect through a specific ip subnet which is not mine. Here's the situation: ...
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Find out what routers are crossed when accessing a server!

I am new to this forum and not really sure if I this belongs here, but I give it a shot anyway. What routers/switches/networks does a packet from my computer need to cross in order to access a lets ...
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M0n0wall IPsec tunnel fails after switch to PPPoE

I have had a M0n0wall site-to-site IPsec VPN working for several months on a static IP via an ADSL router. We've just switched to a fibre (FTTC) connection, and M0n0wall has now been configured to ...
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Allow all websites for administrator account and block all websites (but a few) for limited accounts

At my work we have a PC which runs Windows XP and is used by all employees. This PC is mainly used for our company website: a trailer booking website. At the moment there is one account: an ...
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How to stop split tunnelling over cisco VPN (OS X)?

I'm using OS X (Snow Leopard) and the built in Cisco IP Sec client to connect to my corporate VPN. Currently, everything works as designed, and desired for most people. However, I would like to be ...
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Shrew Soft VPN Client - Negotiation timout

I am having an issue running Shrew Soft VPN Client on Windows 7 Pro x64. While trying to resolve this issue I have disabled miniport adapters like a lot of websites say to do however this hasn't ...
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Cisco ASA5505 site-to-site VPN doesn't establish tunnel to remote peer

The remote peer can start the tunnel successfully when accessing my local network like pinging a local host, however, the tunnel cannot be automatically started from the local side. The log shows no ...
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Relation of IPSec and IPv6 to SSL/TLS

My understanding is that IPSec is a security layer added inside the IP protocol to make IP itself a secure transport. My understanding of IPv6 is that it is the newest version of IP that will (for ...
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IP header “Option field”

Is it true that the GRE (Cisco tunnel) header is placed in the IP header "option field" ? Are the IPSec headers (ESP or AH) installed in the "option field" too ?
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How to use IPsec?

IPsec is a protocol suite built on top of IP. Originally designed with IPv6, it also exists in IPv4. IPsec enables encrypted communications between hosts at the IP level (that is, upper layers ...
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Openswan L2TP/IPsec VPN for iPhone fails during connection

I spent the morning trying to configure an L2TP/IPsec VPN using Openswan and xl2tpd on a Debian Squeeze server for use by a mix of iOS and Mac clients. I am trying to set it up using pre-shared keys ...
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How do I configure a Netgear FVS336g for use with Amazon VPC?

I think it should be possible to create an IPSec tunnel between a Netgear FVS336Gv2 firewall/router and AWS VPC however, I've been unable after several tries. How do I setup a connection for a Amazon ...
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IPv6 and IPSec - why do I need an external daemon?

I read that IPSec is mandatory for IPv6 implementations. Does this mean that it should be handled by the OS and that IPSec configuration should be mandatory for IPv6 to work? If so, why is this not ...
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IPsec counter mode - are there implementations?

Counter mode encryption is potentially more robust against lost packets. It is used in SRTP. I assume that if I use counter mode, a lost packet causes a lost UDP packet or TCP retransmission instead ...
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OS X: how to figure out what prevents L2TP/IPSec from running correctly

It seems that an old installation of Cisco Anyconnect prevents the OS X built-in L2TP/IPSec client from running (I posted a question here: OS X 10.7, can't log into any L2TP VPN server, but didn't ...
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IPsec versus L2TP/IPsec

I have a VPN service which gives me the option of connecting via PPTP, IPsec, or L2TP over IPsec. PPTP i know is inferior in terms of security and encryption, but I'm not really sure what the ...
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Can IPSec (or any other VPN tunnel) hide your IP address while browsing?

Is there a VPN/tunnelling method which you can use to browse the web, but will also prevent somebody from seeing your IP address if they were sniffing the network? I wasn't sure if the IP address ...
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Something regarding internet browsing using an IPSec VPN?

Something is causing me a real headache: If my workplace offered a wireless internet connection, at the workplace, using VPN (assume it's IPSec for now). If I were to connect, I presume on the other ...
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PFsense OpenVPN traffic getting routed through WAN rather than IPsec tunnel

So I have a PFsense firewall setup with a IPsec tunnel created to access a special webpage housed at another companies website. Internal traffic routes properly through the IPsec tunnel for this ...
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Private IP address over IPSEC tunnel

I have two dedicated servers that I have configured to require AH and ESP between their (public) IP addresses and using racoon I've set up isakmp. The IPsec tunnel between them is working well - I ...
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How to auto save a Cisco VPN connection password on Mac OS X?

I have set up a Cisco IPSec VPN connection instead of using the Cisco client on Mac OS X. I like it fairly well, it just sits in the tray next to the clock and allows me to easily connect and ...
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will the left|rightfirewall option of StrongSwan open UDP 500/4500 and protocol number 50 on iptable?

I know the StrongSwan use UDP 500 and 4500 for IKE traffic and IP protocal number 50 for ESP packages. I am not sure the usage of left|rightfirewall ...
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VPN back to home network for secure IP traffic?

I'd like to set up a VPN running somewhere on my home network that would enable me to securely tunnel all Internet traffic through it from an untrusted network. That way, I could browse sensitive ...
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IPSec-Tools build on Ubuntu

I am trying to build ipsec-tools package from http://ipsec-tools.sourceforge.net/ on Ubuntu PC. I build the package with: $ ./autoreconf --force --install $ ./bootstrap $ ./configure ...
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Macbook Pro unable to use the internet while connected to IPSec VPN

Short Question Is there something I am missing when setting up a Cisco IPSec VPN connection that redirects all traffic over the VPN? Background When I am connected to the VPN, I can browse our ...
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Is Windows IPsec really needed when using a 3-rd party Firewall?

I have installed COMODO Firewall and I have some knowledge about internet security and i set up my firewall rules so my computer is protected enough (that really doesn't matter in current context). ...
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How to connect to an IPSec VPN through a LinkSys WRT54GL?

I am having trouble connecting to a L2TP IPSec VPN when I use my wireless router. I have a LinkSys WRT54GL v1.1 wireless router with the most current version of tomato (1.28). I have no issues ...
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Why is xl2tpd / pppd adding a route for 192.0.0.0/8 after bringing up the link?

I am establishing an l2tp connection with IPSEC between two hosts and when the link comes up a route is added on the client side for 192/8 pointing out the newly established ppp interface. I can find ...
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setup L2TP on Ubuntu 10.10

I'm following this guide to setup a VPS on my Ubuntu VPS: http://riobard.com/blog/2010-04-30-l2tp-over-ipsec-ubuntu/ My config files are setup as in that guide, openswan version is 2.6.26 I think.. ...
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How often is IPsec used in IPV4 networks?

If I disable it on my computer will I lose anything?
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Tor over IPSEC or IPSEC over Tor? [closed]

Do you think Tor should be run over IPsec, or IPsec over Tor? Please be specific as of why you made this decision.
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Connecting to a Checkpoint VPN-1 from Snow Leopard?

Checkpoint SecureClient doesn't work with Snow Leopard, so I've been looking for some other options. VPN Tracker appears to work, but lacks username/password (XAUTH RSA) authentication support (PSK ...
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Windows 7 RTM IPSec VPN

I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate RTM 64Bit and need an IPSec VPN client, I've tried Shrew VPN but that caused a BSOD. I've noticed there is a VPN option in the start menu but I'm not sure if it is ...