"Les Mikesell" <lesmikesell,AT,home,DOT,com>|
Thu, 5 Oct 2000 08:17:05 +0200|
Is there some reason the CIPE endpoints don't use the typical
4-host subnet masks (255.255.255.252) that you would
see on a WAN PTP link? I'm having a little trouble understanding
how the route to the other end is found when the route table
entry has a netmask of 255.255.255.255 - but this does seem
to be working.
Also, are there any example configs where a firewall blocks
everything but the UDP tunnel packets but there is no
NAT involved and direct routes appear to exist to the
destination subnet? Is it possible to talk to the destination
host through the tunnel using it's normal DNS address without
adding a secondary address to accept the tunnel endpoint?