[nsp] Protecting border routers
matthew at crocker.com
Fri Nov 28 10:34:32 EST 2003
What is the current best practice for protecting border routers. We
have a couple routers that are in front of our firewall. I would like
to put them behind the firewall from a management, SNMP, logging point
of view. There is not reason for the Internet to talk with my router.
My upstreams need to talk for BGP sessions. Is it just done with ACLs
or is there a way with MPLS to set the local management stuff on the
router into a VPN?
Matthew S. Crocker
Crocker Communications, Inc.
PO BOX 710
Greenfield, MA 01302
E: matthew at crocker.com
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