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RE: Asymmetric routing with tunnel.
Teleglobe is providing a similar type of service to Telstra's Internet Service in Australia. Contact Bob Collett at Teleglobe for more details Bill ------------------------------------------- Bill St Arnaud Director Network Projects CANARIE [email protected] http://www.canarie.ca/bstarn > -----Original Message----- > From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]]On Behalf Of > Jaeho Yang > Sent: Sunday, March 29, 1998 2:27 AM > To: [email protected] > Subject: Asymmetric routing with tunnel. > > > We have terrestrial link between korea and us. But we have many down > traffic (US -> Korea), > we consider satellite for getting more incoming bandwidth. I contacted > serveral satellite service > providers, but the major concern is integration with existing > terrestrial link. > > Our connection point is located in PAIX(Digital IX). But one candidate > is located in Mae-east. > > My idea is transmitting some traffic into Mae-east via making tunnel. > > The border router sends incoming mail, ftp, and news traffic into VPN > box, which is connected > with other port of router. The traffic was encapulated by VPN box. VPN > box makes a tunnel > with one of Mae-east, which has the similar VPN box configured with our > one. > > The router of mae-east sends traffic into the router of Satellite > Service provider. > The satellite transmit our traffics... > > I'll verify my idea is feasible, and there are some reference sites.. > > Thanks in advance. > > --J >