Could they access each other with ipsec? (Post edited by ciscomoderator)
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I built a VPN between two points. One point uses ADSL (with CISCO 1720 plus wic-1enet, without fixed IP adress), the other point uses DDN line (with CISCO 2611, with fixed IP adress). The VPN only use ipsec encryption without building tunnel.With transporting in vpn,the two points' computer can ping each other, but they can't find out eachother in 'MS windows network neighbor'.
I want to know how can i make tow points find out eachother?
Re: Could they access each other with ipsec? (Post edited by cis
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