Peer To Peer For Mac

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vpn-peer peer-mac <mac-addr>

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cert-auth {ca-cert <peer-ca> server-cert <peer-sc> [load-balance]} {factory-cert [load-balance]}

pre-share-key <peer-key> [load-balance]

Description

This command defines IKE parameters used by a VPN concentrator to create secure tunnels between that VPN concentrator and a managed device. Use this command on controller configured as a VPN concentrator to define a VPN between that device and another managed device. When the other managed device communicates with the VPN concentrator to set up an IPsec tunnel, any uplink VLAN tag defined via the uplink wired command will be sent with the vendor-id during IKE negotiation. This setting can uniquely bind the tunnel from a particular uplink on a managed device to a corresponding crypto map on VPN concentrator.

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Mac

Parameter

Description

peer-mac <mac-addr>

MAC address of the managed device.

If the peer device is an x86 server, then configure the MAC address of the management interface of the managed device. However, if the peer device is a hardware platform, you must provide the MAC address of the VLAN interface of the managed device.

cert-auth

Enable certificate authentication.

ca-cert <peer-ca>

<peer-ca> is a user-defined name of a trusted CA certificate installed on the VPN concentrator. This CA certificate will be used validate the certificate presented by the managed device.

server-cert <peer-sc>

<peer-SC> is a user-defined name of a server certificate installed on the VPN concentrator. The VPN concentrator will use the specified server certificate for IPsec communication to a managed device.

load balance

Enables uplink load-balancing on the primary and backup uplinks between a VPN concentrator and a managed device.

factory-cert

The factory-installed CA certificate on the VPN concentrator will be used validate the certificate presented by the managed device.

pre-share-key <peer-key>

Enable authentication using a PSK.

load balance

Enables uplink load-balancing on the primary and backup uplinks between a managed device and a VPN peer.

Example

The following example configures a VPN from a managed device VPN concentrator to another managed device using the factory default certificate:

(host)[node] (config) #vpn-peer peer-mac 01:00:5E:00:00:FF factory-cert load-balance

Related Commands

Command

Description

Configures the certificate or PSK used by a managed device to create a site-to-site IPsec VPN tunnel to a VPN concentrator.

Defines IKE parameters used by a VPN concentrator to create secure tunnels between that VPN concentrator and a managed device.

Manages and configure the uplink network connection on a managed device.

For

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

Available on all platforms

Base operating system.

Config mode on Mobility Master.

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The peer to peer computing architecture contains nodes that are equal participants in data sharing. All the tasks are equally divided between all the nodes. The nodes interact with each other as required as share resources.

A diagram to better understand peer to peer computing is as follows −

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Characteristics of Peer to Peer Computing

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The different characteristics of peer to peer networks are as follows −

  • Peer to peer networks are usually formed by groups of a dozen or less computers. These computers all store their data using individual security but also share data with all the other nodes.
  • The nodes in peer to peer networks both use resources and provide resources. So, if the nodes increase, then the resource sharing capacity of the peer to peer network increases. This is different than client server networks where the server gets overwhelmed if the nodes increase.
  • Since nodes in peer to peer networks act as both clients and servers, it is difficult to provide adequate security for the nodes. This can lead to denial of service attacks.
  • Most modern operating systems such as Windows and Mac OS contain software to implement peer to peer networks.

Advantages of Peer to Peer Computing

Some advantages of peer to peer computing are as follows −

  • Each computer in the peer to peer network manages itself. So, the network is quite easy to set up and maintain.
  • In the client server network, the server handles all the requests of the clients. This provision is not required in peer to peer computing and the cost of the server is saved.
  • It is easy to scale the peer to peer network and add more nodes. This only increases the data sharing capacity of the system.
  • None of the nodes in the peer to peer network are dependent on the others for their functioning.

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Disadvantages of Peer to Peer Computing

Some disadvantages of peer to peer computing are as follows −

  • It is difficult to backup the data as it is stored in different computer systems and there is no central server.
  • It is difficult to provide overall security in the peer to peer network as each system is independent and contains its own data.