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Cisco PIX/ASA Site-to-Site IPsec VPN Configuration

The Site-to-Site IPsec VPNs were used to connect two distant LANs together over the Internet. Private addresses were used on the LAN that means without tunneling the two LANs would be unable to communicate with each other.

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How I made my own VPN server in 15 minutes | TechCrunch

People are (rightfully) freaking out about their privacy as the Senate voted to let internet providers share your private data with advertisers. While it’s important to protect your privacy,… 38 more words

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Wi-Fi Security Everyone Should Know

Most of the time when we are traveling we don’t want to use all of our mobile data. We would rather stop at a Starbucks or restaurant and connect to their Public Wi-Fi. 353 more words


Cisco ASA VTI and PaloAlto - IPSEC L2L

Cisco has introduced VTI (Virtual Tunnel Interface)  in Cisco ASA images from version 9.7. This is a long-awaited feature. Crypto maps with ACL’s is cumbersome and does not work well with Azure or AWS. 734 more words


Virtual Private Network (VPN): How VPN keeps you secure on the Internet

Virtual Private Network (VPN): How VPN keeps you secure on the Internet

If you’re unaware of a virtual private network (VPN), there’s no better time to get to know about Virtual Private Network (VPN): How VPN keeps you secure on the Internet. 588 more words


Fixed- vCloud Director 8.20 IPsec Tunnel issues after upgrading to NSX 6.3.x from prior NSX versions

Some SPs reported losing IPSEC tunnels on their vCD edges after upgrading from NSX 6.2.X to NSX 6.3.x+ with the below error:

“Sending notification
NO_PROPOSAL_CHOSEN to “IP address” 500, Oakley Transform refused due to strict flag, no acceptable Oakley Transform, responding to Main Mode.” 301 more words

Enable IPSec between Windows 10 client and Windows server 2016 - simple video tutorial

Today I tried to implement IPsec for certain protocols (in my example for TCP port 80 from Windows 10 client to Windows server 2016 running IIS and ICMP just to show it is possible to enable IPSec on per-protocol basis). 424 more words

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