How to build an L2TP tunnel between a 6400 and a RADIUS Server?
I have several thousand uses terminating PPPoE on 6400 chassis. These users are sent to a RADIUS server for authentication. I am trying to set things up so I have a secure L2TP tunnel between my 6400's and the RADIUS Servers. I don't want the end users to use L2TP ever. I only want L2TP between the 6400 and RADIUS Server so I can secure the negotiation between the 6400 and RADIUS Server. So, if PPPoE user signs on, his username and password which is passed to the RADIUS Server will be secure.
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encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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