Re: VPN implementation posted 11/11/1999
Donald, kudo's to an awsome book. Touched on and helped clinch security
issues and new QoS services that are being deployed. Also reiterated
the importance of a logical and structured address scheme which always
makes life a 'tad' easier(whaddya mean? I like looking at configs with
over 500+ static/dynamic routes in the core in my previous employers
Every chapter in this book is well written and touches on topics of
importance in today's networks.
I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ANYONE NO MATTER WHAT VENDOR YOU USE,
although Cisco is the obvious, and easiest to configure & TS, choice
(even though we use GSR's as the only Cisco gear (Core) at my shop with
the rest being Verselar's (also in the Core)/BCN's/BLN's and Pass
If you have any more books let me and the rest of the world know ;-) !
When is the sequel coming out!
Julian M. Eccli
UBN Backbone Networks
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"Donald C. Lee" wrote:
> You can use GRE tunnels with IPsec and send AppleTalk
> over those encrypted tunnels. For a VPN guide check
> "Enhanced IP Services for Cisco Networks," Cisco
> Press, by Donald C. Lee
> ..and let me know what you think :-)
> CCIE #3262
> --- Vikram Mathu <mathu@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi Gurus,
> > I am primarily into the Unix ystems / Network
> > administration with a little
> > hands on experience with the configuration of Cisco
> > routers ( 2500 series
> > .. ip mostly).
> > I had to setup this VPN to connect various national
> > and international
> > locations of our company wherein some of these
> > branch offices are on 56k
> > leased, ISDN .
> > I also need to give access to individual dialup/
> > cable modem guys to this VPN.
> > I need to basically carry both appletalk as well as
> > IP traffic and for that
> > may have to encapsulate the appletalk traffic within
> > the ip traffic.
> > I want my appletalk users coming on dialup to see
> > the appletalk network
> > locally.
> > The router types that I have ( are available to me
> > right now) are 2514/
> > 3600/2501.
> > How difficult, do you guys think, would it be for me
> > to carry out this
> > project with my, not so good knowledge of Cisco
> > router configuration ( even
> > though am ready to learn ). As such I do understand
> > the technology and the
> > various aspects of the implementation. Probably if
> > its to be be done on a
> > linux box, I am sure can go through it.
> > I have been speaking to various vendors both at
> > Cisco/ Nortal/Shiva/IRE.
> > Cisco seems to be the best solution as it does give
> > me an ease for the
> > encapsulation of the ARA traffic.
> > I was just hoping if I could atleast come up with
> > some basic ( initial) VPN
> > setup on a probably 2514, so that I could convince
> > my manager to go for it
> > inhouse.
> > Any ideas/ suggestions/directions/different leads
> > would be highly appretiated.
> > I would appretiate a honest response just to know
> > where I stand.
> > Thanks and Regards
> > Vikram Mathu
> > email: mathu@xxxxxxx
> > ph: 978 927 5054 ext: 376
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