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Accessing Internet using Service Provider network

One general question-

When we access internet using broadband connection from home will it be a kind of IPsec tunnel from my PC to Service Provider network--

Why I am asking is because when I connect to Service Provider network i will get an IP address from Service Provider once I got connected(same way as I get an Ip in case of easy VPN IPSec connections)

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Re: Accessing Internet using Service Provider network

Speaking about the ASA, it does support DHCP/PPPoE and static IPs. None of those types of connection are mutually exclusive with an IPSec connection. I.e.: unless your ISP purposely makes the connection an IPSec (and you subsequently configure your device to establish such a connection) it'll just be a normal connection like you would get from a static IP at a DC

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