IPsec traffic from source router to destination router.
We would like to configure Ipsec for ATM (Automatic Telling Machine) traffic coming from the source router to the destination router. What's actually requested here is for packets to be encrypted as soon as they leave the source router and remain encrypted all the way to the destination router and into the host device.
Re: IPsec traffic from source router to destination router.
An ATM (Automatic Telling Machine) is connected via a hub or a LAN switch in which the LAN switch is connected to a Router on the source end. At the destination it the ATM will communicate with HOST AS400 which is connected to a LAN switch in which the LAN switch is connected to a router. IPSEC needs to configured on the routers.
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NAT-T works. Background: ESP encrypts all critical information,
encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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