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RE: pix vpn [7:57740] posted 11/20/2002
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PIX will support IPSec over UDP is ver 6.3

-- Lidiya White

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From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Richard Deal
Sent: Wednesday, November 20, 2002 12:09 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: pix vpn [7:57740]


You know, I've been impatiently waiting for the same feature. When I teach
classes that are remote for Boson, we use a 3002 and a router. I need to set
up a GRE tunnel and then encrypt this tunnel. And because this stuff
typically goes through a firewall, I need a TCP VPN connection. It would be
great if Cisco's routers supported this feature; then I could get read of
the 3002 and 3005 and just use two routers as the endpoints of the
connection. If anyone knows if/when Cisco has plans for adding this feature
to their routers and PIXs, I'm sure quite a few people would be interested
in this information.


Richard A. Deal

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""Ciaron Gogarty""  wrote in message
> Does anybody know if the PIX will support the client side TCP
> of VPN traffic in the near future, or must you buy a VPN concentrator to
> this feature??
> Thanks
> CG
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