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Re: Issues with new USG 50
said by dda:Its actually L2TP over IPSec (L2TP/IPSec), with IPSec used to secure L2TP traffic.
I got the USG because it could be an IPSEC endpoint. Is L2TP as secure as IPSEC? I know the iPhone does L2TP over IPSEC; does Mac OS X do the same thing? I suppose it would be nicer to use OS X Server to handle all of this but then I really don't need the power of the USG.
said by bbarrera:While I have L2TP over IPSec working with the iPhone and iPad, it won't work when I use my work LAN, which is unfortunately double-NATted. It also doesn't work with the MacBook Pro at work, probably for the same reason. For the iDevices, it's easy; I switch to LTE but that doesn't cut it for the Macs. Any idea how to deal with double NATting? Or is that even an issue?
Its actually L2TP over IPSec (L2TP/IPSec), with IPSec used to secure L2TP traffic.
I dunno, its something I haven't encountered.