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Cisco 3600 Router Encryption

Posted on 2008-10-09
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I have 2 3600 routers connected together. How do i check if traffic between them is encrypted? Is there a setting somewhere on the router? How do i get to that setting? Please give me the procedure to confirm that there is encryption between the 2 routers. Thanks.
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you would have to look at the running configuration to confirm that there is an encryption protocol applied to traffic between the protocol and then you could use a command like "sho crypto ipsec sa" to see the directions that the traffic is both incrimenting and being encrypted in both directions.

hope this helps.

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