Re: extra ip for vpn?
- From: roberson@xxxxxxxxxxxx (Walter Roberson)
- Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2006 02:31:44 GMT
In article <PTSBf.10046$43.981@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx!nnrp1.uunet.ca>,
Somebody. <somebody.@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>"firewall22" <firewall22@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> If you have a vpn server in your router, is it recommended to have an
>> fixed ip for it?
>> Or put the vpn on the standard fixed ip where the rest of the network is
>> behind via nat and forwarding?
>What do you mean by "in your router"?
>Whatever you meant by that, there isn't a recommendation either way, it
>should work on it's own or sharing with your gateway.
It depends on the device. For example, Cisco PIX can only terminate
VPNs on interface addresses.
[Odd, the question is very similar to one posted yesterday in
comp.dcom.sys.cisco, apparently by a different poster.
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