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VPN Packet differentiation in a router?

I have IPSec VPN going out of a PIX515 to a 2611 router. Through this PIX is going out aslo non-VPN Web trafic like MP3. At the router which has two interface with fixed IP address connected to the Internet (1xADSL, 1x64kbps), I would like the VPN traffic to always use the ADSL while forcing the other trafic to lower level and use the 64kbps, and if room, use what is left of the ADSL.

How then recognise and prioritize at the router level VPN traffic? By the packet type, IPSec? Is the 2611X enough for that (45 users at this site and 30 remote).

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Re: VPN Packet differentiation in a router?

You can identify the IPSec Traffic by the Source and Destination Port numbers.

For ISAKMP i.e. Initial Tunnel Setup and then Key Re-negotiation - UDP, 500 (For both source and destination)

IPSec Encapsulation - Protocol Number = 50 (ESP)

If using PPTP then TCP - 1723 (Destination Port), For Control Setup

and GRE (Protocol Number=47) for Encapsulation

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