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Can the peer address used in IPsec negotiation be the local loopback address or the IP address of another interface? Reply
Can the peer address used in IPsec negotiation be the local loopback address or the IP address of another interface?
4844 1 2017-5-4 20:03:46
Can the peer address used in IPsec negotiation be the local loopback address or the IP address of another interface?

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0 2017-5-4 20:04:15 View all replies
Yes. You need to use the Ruijie(config)#crypto map local-address x.x.x.x command to modify the IP address used to perform IPsec negotiation on the local device.
By default, the IP address of the interface that sends IPsec data is used as the local IP address for IPsec negotiation.

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