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System Administration Guide: IP Services
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Configuring IKE for Mobile Systems (Task Map)

The following table points to procedures to configure IKE to handle systems that log in remotely to a central site.

Task

Description

For Instructions

Communicate with a central site from off-site

Enables off-site systems to communicate with a central site. The off-site systems might be mobile.

How to Configure IKE for Off-Site Systems

Use a root certificate and IKE on a central system that accepts traffic from mobile systems

Configures a gateway system to accept IPsec traffic from a system that does not have a fixed IP address.

Example 23-5

Use a root certificate and IKE on a system that does not have a fixed IP address

Configures a mobile system to protect its traffic to a central site, such as company headquarters.

Example 23-6

Use self-signed certificates and IKE on a central system that accepts traffic from mobile systems

Configures a gateway system with self-signed certificates to accept IPsec traffic from a mobile system.

Example 23-7

Use self-signed certificates and IKE on a system that does not have a fixed IP address

Configures a mobile system with self-signed certificates to protect its traffic to a central site.

Example 23-8

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