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Forest Trust via IPSEC

Posted on 2007-11-20
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Hello,
Looking for information on how to create a trust between 2 seperate forest using ipsec. Firewalls seperate the forests and I do not want to open the convential ports to allow a trust.
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by:Jay_Jay70
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you cant create a trust without opening up the trust required ports
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You can do this but only if you use a gateway-to-gateway vpn.

This can be completed using most enterprise firewalls, including ISA Server and GnatBox (GTA).

The traffic is encrypted between the gateways but acts normally from the servers' perspective.
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Thanks.
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what are the trust required ports ?

i want to open that trust required ports into this current setup : ipsec using juniper and cisco asa.. please let me know how to do it.. many thanks
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