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Is this type of VPN secure enough??

Is this type of VPN secure enough??

Is this type of VPN secure enough??

(OP)
Hi-

Assuming 1.1.1.0 and 2.2.2.0 are all public routable IP adds. Is this type of IPSec VPN secure enough?

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PC -------- router --- IPSec VPN (WWW) --- router ------- PC
1.1.1.2    1.1.1.1                       2.2.2.1     2.2.2.2    

Some in here says it is not since the PCs are using public adds. Some are saying it's ok since ths PCs are connected via Cat6 cable to the routers.

Sorry for this silly question. We're a bunch of VB programmers here and not we'll verse with Cisco and VPN.

Thanks.

RE: Is this type of VPN secure enough??

you want your routers to NAT or mask your internal address to something else other than public IP.  it would make it easier to get p0wned

RE: Is this type of VPN secure enough??

I second that. The VPN will protect the endpoints only---but the routable IP addresses are trouble. You need NAT!

What are the edge devices? You should also have acl's in place...

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