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Can the S/K-Series Encrypt Data Using IPSEC

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TitleCan the S/K-Series Encrypt Data Using IPSEC
Question
Can the S-Series, K-Series encrypt data using IPSEC
Environment
  • S-Series
  • K-Series
Answer
S-Series IPSec capability is not used to Encrypt data. IPSec in the S-Series is used with RADIUS from a control perspective.

IPsec and IKE (Internet Key Exchange protocol) are defined for the RADIUS host application only. This implementation supports configuring the default Security Association (SA) with servers configured for RADIUS, and the RADIUS application helps define the IPsec flow.
Additional notes
K-Series Configuration Guide:
The IPsec implementation on the K-Series provides the following functionality:
• IPsec and IKE (Internet Key Exchange protocol) are defined for the RADIUS host application
only. This implementation supports configuring the default Security Association (SA) with
servers configured for RADIUS, and the RADIUS application helps define the IPsec flow.
• Only the Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP) mode of operation is supported.
Authentication Header (AH) mode is not supported.
• IKEv1 is supported.

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