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	Title		: Framework for IPsec Protected Virtual Links for PPVPNs
	Author(s)	: M. Duffy
	Filename	: draft-duffy-ppvpn-ipsec-vlink-00.txt
	Pages		: 15
	Date		: 2002-10-21
	
This memo explores some choices that arise when IPsec is to be used 
to implement secure 'virtual links' interconnecting customer premises 
VPN devices and/or network based virtual routers.  The main focus is 
on the network based cases. 
Requirements are proposed and some relevant aspects of the IPsec 
protocol suite are discussed.  A number of different protocol 
architectures for virtual links are then evaluated. 
This memo is informational in nature; it is intended that it will 
focus discussion toward a standard in this area.

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