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rip over l2tp ipsec tunnel asa5505

Hi,

Trying to setup rip over a l2tp tunnel (ipsec).

In the other end I have a windows machine that using the rip listener.

Can't get it work.

Should it work?

Have any some one any ideas how I should do the config?

//Niklas

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rip over l2tp ipsec tunnel asa5505

Niklas,

Well I would look for a solution on windows side.

Checking  few discussions I can see that we can forward classless routes (249) via DHCP to windows clients:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/121005

The ASA will need "intercept-dhcp" configured to properly support it.

Or use pure IPsec client and split-tunneling functionality ;-)

Marcin

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rip over l2tp ipsec tunnel asa5505

Niklas,

To start thinking about getting this to work you'd have to use virtual interfaces, which ASA does not support.

What is it that you're trying to achieve? Some sort of split tunneling?

Marcin

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rip over l2tp ipsec tunnel asa5505

Hi,

I trying to avoid to have the GW over the tunnel. I.e the PC client should be able to use Internet except for some specific routes.

//Niklas

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rip over l2tp ipsec tunnel asa5505

Niklas,

Well I would look for a solution on windows side.

Checking  few discussions I can see that we can forward classless routes (249) via DHCP to windows clients:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/121005

The ASA will need "intercept-dhcp" configured to properly support it.

Or use pure IPsec client and split-tunneling functionality ;-)

Marcin

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