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petersjncv
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IPSEC/VPN and VRF

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Is it possible to setup an IPSec Tunnel on a 3448 that is either in a VRF or originates its traffic on an interface that is not in the default VRF?

I have an application calling for interoffice routing T1's with fail over via a full mesh of VPN tunnels in between 5 sites (each 3448 would have 5 tunnels).  Typically to keep private networks separate from public over the T1, I will use VRF lite and keep the "public" IP of the router in a different (non-default VRF).

Anyone's input would be appreciated.  Thanks.

James

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Re: IPSEC/VPN and VRF

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- Thanks for posting your question on the forum! At the time of this post, unfortunately, IPSec for IPv4 is not supported with multi-VRF. However, IPSec for IPv6 is supported. More information regarding features that are supported in multi-VRF can be found in this document: Configuring IPv4 Multi-VRF in AOS

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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Re: IPSEC/VPN and VRF

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- Thanks for posting your question on the forum! At the time of this post, unfortunately, IPSec for IPv4 is not supported with multi-VRF. However, IPSec for IPv6 is supported. More information regarding features that are supported in multi-VRF can be found in this document: Configuring IPv4 Multi-VRF in AOS

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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Re: IPSEC/VPN and VRF

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OK, I didn't think so.  Thanks for the reply.