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Two 1941 ISR's, One 3750

Hey folks.....

I have two Cisco 1941 routers which will establish a site-to-site VPN between two locations.  I'd like to test my configuration before deploying, so I thought it would be interesting to connect them to a 3750 and simulate the LAN/WAN environment, all contained within that 3750.

So, my thought process was pretty straightforward.  I thought I would build 4 vlans (2 different "inside" networks, and 2 different "outside" networks).  IP routing is enabled on the 3750, but it does not appear as if interVLAN routing is working.

Is my entire thought process flawed, here?  This should work, right?  The purpose of this test is to see if my IPSec config is set up correctly.

Thoughts?

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Re: Two 1941 ISR's, One 3750

Good time-of-day.

It's nice to check your IPSec configuration before deployment, but ISP could (for some reason) block ESP protocol, so you won't be able to use tunnel.

If you don't want to by a ticket to a remote location, make sure SSH works fine and you can access devices remotely.

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