A method for configuration of IPsec clients using DHCP
draft-richardson-ipsec-dhcp-over-ike-00

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Abstract

IPsec technology is frequently used for remote access scenarios. A tunnel is established from a mobile node (such as a laptop) and an IPsec gateway located at the Enterprise. The mobile node's tunnel outer address is potentially any IP address on the Internet. The mobile node's tunnel inner address should be an address from within the enterprise. The assignment of this address should ideally be done dynamically. This document specifies a configuration mode called 'DHCP over IKE'. The document specifies that the payload of a DHCP exchange should be carried over an IKE phase 1 exchange.

Authors

Michael Richardson (mcr@sandelman.ottawa.on.ca)

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