Posts Tagged ‘tunneling’

VPN with Cisco 3550 (update)

| May 20th, 2010 | 2 Comments »

Here's  a quick update on my attempts to make Cisco's L3 3550 switch a VPN endpoint. Here is the original post: http://www.brandontek.com/?p=275 I've tried another method to get "some" kind of tunneling to work between the 3550 and 1811 router. I thought maybe a VTI could possibly work. To test this theory out. I first created a ...

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VPN with Cisco 3550

| April 15th, 2010 | 9 Comments »

If you have the EMI version of Cisco's 3550 layer 3 switch, is it technically possible to use the 3550 as a VPN edge device? This post isn't going to answer that question today, but it will show you my attempts at it, and perhaps, like the old saying goes, if you chip at a ...

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IPv6 Tunneling with Teredo

| February 26th, 2010 | 2 Comments »
Teredo by Microsoft

For those that do not have native IPv6 support from their ISP, will have to use some tunneling protocols in order to experience IPv6. These tunneling protocols (Teredo, 6to4, ISATAP) are considered transition technology because they are only meant for temporary use while the world balances serving up IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously(Dual Stack). In this ...

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