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Re: Issue #68: VPNs with overlapping IP address ranges (was Re: 2401bis issues (possible) resolution)



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>>>>> "Tero" == Tero Kivinen <kivinen@xxxxxx> writes:
    >> When a security Gateway is operating on behalf of multiple contexts
    >> (e.g. multiple subscribers, or multiple ppvpn-style overlay addressing
    >> contexts), it is essential that the initiator be able to convey to the
    >> responder which context is being addressed.

    Tero> Do not use IP addresses as a IKE SA identities then. Use the dns
    Tero> names or email addresses or something else. There is no need to use
    Tero> ip addresses in those cases (or actually using ip addresses would
    Tero> be quite bad, as it is not unique...).

  I concur.
  Particularly for IKEv2, the #1 reason to use IP addresses as IDs in IKEv1
was because of limitations of PSK.

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