Connecting three sites using IPSec tunnels

So far, we have discussed how to connect the two sites through an IPSec tunnel. Most readers will be satisfied with that, as these scenarios cover most real-life situations. However, we may have a need to interconnect three or more sites using the IPSec tunnels,

Although rare, these scenarios are possible. However, we need to plan everything carefully, as we will need more IPSec policies between routers. Therefore, I will describe here how to connect the “road warrior” users with distant site.

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Site to Site Mikrotik IPSec tunnel

In the third part of the Mikrotik IPSec series, we will discuss the most common scenario – how to connect two remote sites using Mikrotik IPSec services. In this scenario, we will connect two separated LAN segments and establish communication between at least two hosts.

We will not cover the theoretical part of this process, nor the details of our virtual lab. If you are not feel comfortable with this article, please refer to these posts for a detailed explanation.

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Mikrotik IPSec services

This is the first article in a series about IPSec services on Mikrotik platform. We will discuss a basic theory of IPSec services. On that foundation, we will explore a few common scenarios for implementation.

I will demonstrate each scenario in the virtual environment and provide you with detailed explanation. In addition, I will publish the basic configuration scripts that you can use in your laboratory.

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