Hopefully someone can offer some advice on the above.
The scenario is:
At head office we have a 2911 acting as an EasyVPN server with static IPs.
At the remote office we have a 881w with EasyVPN remote with network extension. This connection is via satellite and has a dynamic IP.
It all works fine but I am investigating ways in which to increase TCP traffic throughput. I am aware of the inherent problems of IPSec over high latency links and only really use the VPN for remote management of the devices.
The question is: Can an RBSCP tunnel be built when one end has a dynamic IP address?
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