We are working with a client who will have a manf. plant in India. That particular plant will not be a part of a global MPLS network, but will have a DSL (broadband) connection to the facility thru a local ISP. Our plan is to create a âsite-to-siteâ VPN tunnel - so far pretty straight forward.
However, we were told by some US carriers that are regulation on how the site-to-site VPN tunnel can be encrypted i.e. the current regulation does not allow for higher than a 40-bit encryption. We have not been able to find substantial evidence supporting or denying this regulation.
Is anyone aware of VPN tunnel encryption regulations to India? To further expand this questions, are there any regulation to China also? Since this would be our next site for hook up.
hi all.. i see that this thread is about 7 years old. Wondering if there was any update. I have been sifting through documents stating encryption regulations (and we'll work with legal as well). But, wanted to check in this group in addition to that. Sri.. have you had a chance to pursue this further and setup a site2site from India ? If so, may i ask what bit length you had to adhere to.. thanks much. aram
We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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