Can anybody terminate an IP-IP tunnel for me?
davids at webmaster.com
Fri Jun 8 11:17:29 UTC 2007
> In a few weeks' time I'll be moving house, and it looks as if the new
> address currently doesn't have ADSL, so I'll be forced to use
> satellite again. I've done some investigation, and the costs don't
> look too prohibitive, but almost nobody is prepared to route my /24
> net block (220.127.116.11/24).
> * How do I terminate the IP-IP tunnel at my end? The last time I used
> it, I had a static IP address for the end of the link, and another
> for the end of the tunnel, which implies routing that address. This
> won't work in the scenario I'm looking at. Is it possible to route
> the tunnel to the same address as the external interface IP address?
> Alternatively, is there another way to handle this issue?
You found a satellite provider that permits VPNs and tunnels? Which one? I
checked quite a few and all of them have TOSes that prohibited such things.
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