The need for site to site VPN

Created: Jun 1, 2016 18:03:14Latest reply: Jun 1, 2016 21:12:07 1177 1 0 0

If you have Three Routers


R1(192.168.1.1)------------------------------(192.168.1.2)R2(192.168.2.1)-------------------------------------(192.168.2.2)R3

Connected in this sequence and there is a routing protocol of Eigrp running on all three routers advertising all links hence R1 can ping R3 why would you establish a Site to Site VPN Connection Between R1(192.168.1.1) and R3(192.168.2.2) since R1 can already ping R3 due to EIGRP routing protocol.

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s84034171     Created Jun 1, 2016 21:12:07 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

the reason is;

security.......dear ..security.... 

data security, thats the primary objective of a vpn (ipsec, ssl, mpls) etc

with vpn dats packets are encapsulated, encrypted with complex algorrithms , so that the intruder can not intercept the data.

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