Describe basic VPN technologies
Chapter 7 Lab 7-1, Configure Routing Facilities to the Branch Office:
• Configure NAT.
• Configure an IPsec VPN.
• Configure a GRE tunnel over IPsec.
• Enable dynamic routing over a GRE tunnel.
• Verify the configuration and operation using show and debug commands.
Note: The intent of this lab is to illustrate the impact on routing services and addressing schemes when deploying IPsec VPNs at branch office routers. Although sample configurations are provided, detailed
explanations of Network Address Translation (NAT), IPsec VPNs, and GRE are beyond the scope of this
course. For more details on these technologies, see the Cisco Networking Academy CCNA Security course orCisco Systems, Inc.
instant000 wrote: »
I see that same text, on page 308/352 in the manual.
Also, I see this on page 300:
I just want to caution against doing the minimum. I remember this test. There was a good bit on it, from BGP, EIGRP, OSPF, Path Control, IP-SLA, IPv6, Route Maps, I think NAT was on there somehow, Redistribution, how the protocols work in different network types, etc. A good bit of stuff, I would guess.
I wouldn't want you to go in under-prepared, is all.
Vasco_exe wrote: »
I am trying to install ipsec vpn in a cisco router remotely. I am facing some problem with that.. is there anybody who can help me with this. Dont know where i should post this. thats the reason i am send this as reply.