￼IPsec VPN Site-to-Site Tunnel. Part2 ￼
ok... I'm really nervous now...because it’s my first video for you…
In previous post we have discussed all terms related to IPsec VPN tunnel. Here you can see, how it works: ￼ The source computer C1 forwards the packet P1 with the destination IP address of the computer C2 to the router R1 (default gateway). ￼The router R1 receives the packet P1 and encrypts the entire packet using the specified algorithm. ￼After encrypting the packet, the router R1 encapsulates the whole packet to form a new packet NP1. This packet has IP address of R1 as source IP and the IP address of the router R2 (the router placed at the destination location) as the destination IP. ￼The router R1 then forwards the packet NP1 to the IP address of R2 using the Internet. ￼The destination router R2 receives the packet. ￼The router R2 decapsulates the NP1 to get the original packet P1. ￼The router R2 decrypts the packet P1 using the appropriate algorithm. ￼The router R2 then forwards the packet P1 to the destination computer C2, where the packet was actually supposed to reach. . . . .
I’m really sorry for my bad English and terrible accent.
So tell me please, was the video not good at all or ok?
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