MikroTik IPSEC Site-to-Site Guide

MikroTik IPSEC Site-to-Site Guide

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The MikroTik IPSEC Site-to-Site Guide is over 30 pages of resources, notes, and commands for expanding your networks securely. The guide is a printable PDF so you can easily make notes and track your progress while building IPSEC tunnels. Included in the download are text files for each router's configuration with commands you can copy and paste directly to the terminal.

This guide uses a real-world network topology for creating secure site-to-site links in two scenarios. The first scenario is a basic link between LANs at separate locations using IPSEC. The second scenario uses IPSEC with GRE+OSPF to create secure, routed links that can scale to dozens of networks or more.

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The Guide

The MikroTik IPSEC Site-to-Site Guide is over 30 pages of resources, notes, and commands for expanding your networks securely. This guide uses a real-world network topology for creating secure site-to-site links in two scenarios. The first scenario is a basic link between LANs at separate locations using IPSEC. The second scenario uses IPSEC with GRE+OSPF to create secure, routed links that can scale to dozens of networks or more.

Sections

IPSEC Fundamentals:

  • Modes
    • Transport
    • Tunnel
  • IPSEC and Routing
  • IPSEC and NAT
    • Interfaces
    • LCD Touchscreen
    • Console Ports
    • Physical Spaces
  • IPSEC Components
    • Peers
    • Policies
    • IKE
      • Phase 1
      • Phase 2
    • PFS
    • Security Associations
  • NTP Synchronization

East & West Site Configuration

  • IPSEC Peers
  • IPSEC Proposals
  • IPSEC Policies
  • Firewall Rules
  • NAT Bypass Rule

East & West OSPF with GRE+OSPF Configuration

  • IPSEC Peers
  • IPSEC Proposals
  • IPSEC Policies
  • GRE Configuration
  • OSPF Configuration
  • Firewall Rules
  • NAT Bypass Rule

The Author

Tyler Hart is a networking and security professional with 15 years experience. He holds a Business degree in IT Management, as well as the CISSP credential and others from Microsoft, CompTIA, Cisco, (ISC)2, Tenable Network Security, and Kitco. Over the years he has worked and consulted with large and small organizations including hospitals and clinics, ISPs and WISPs, U.S. Defense organizations, and state and county governments.