How to use p2p tunnels

How to use p2p tunnels

Applied energistics 2 tutorial: p2p tunnels [de]

Good day, everybody! I’m trying to figure out how to set up a site2site tunnel between a Palo Alto with a static public IP and another Palo Alto with a “dynamic” endpoint (public ip through dhcp) The tunnel has a green status in the Interface and even on the CLI, but no traffic is going through it. I found a how-to on the Palo Alto pages, and instead of using the IP peer address, I’m using the User FQDN. Is it necessary to use a proxy id between the two Palo Altos, or can the tunnel be static on both ends? Or maybe both?
Rob, how are you?
Since the tunnels are essentially inside to inside, the previous engineer didn’t add a rule on the dynamic endpoint side/firewall to allow zone internal/inside to internal/inside. I’ll keep you updated. Jeff is a nice man.
IP networking operated between many locations with static public ip addresses and the site with dynamic public ip addresses, but internal websites were unavailable, although external websites were accessible (and outlook). RDP allowed me to connect to the engineer’s laptop, and the GUI allowed me to connect to the Palo Alto’s management IP. No http or https were blocked by Palo Alto. To support the internal network, the Palo Alto has a DHCP pool and two DNS entries. The two dns ip’s could also be ping’d by the local engineer. Our timeframe ran out, so I had to rollback to the PFSense 🙁 Despite being close to a solution, our timeframe ran out. I’ll keep you updated on the situation.

Minecraft: ae2 demo: p2p and channels

We have a main office and a remote office linked by a point-to-point VPN with Fortigates on both ends. Employees who work from home connect to the main office via SSL VPN and client apps. These users can access resources on the main office subnet, but they cannot access resources on the remote office subnet. Users operating on-site at either office have no trouble accessing services on the other subnet. Is there anything I’m missing in terms of configuration? Thank you.
For your two VPNs, I have two questions.
1. Do you have NAT configured on the policy (apparently this is how the cookbook was written) for SSL VPN to egress interfaces, such as the LAN interface and the s2s interface you want the SSL VPN users to access? Or no NAT and revealing the IP address of the SSL VPN user to the destinations? 2. Is the tunnel port IP configured on both ends of the s2s vpn interface? You must do it differently depending on the responses.
Toshi, thank you for your response. Please let me know if these responses aren’t adequate. 1. On the ssl.root->LAN policy, NAT is allowed. For traffic over the s2s, it isn’t allowed in the policies. 2. The IP address of the remote Fortigate is configured under VPN->IPsec Tunnels->Network on both Fortigates at either end of the s2s vpn.

Applied energistics 2 tutorial #7 – p2p tunnel

Tunnel P2P P2P Tunnels, also known as “Point to Point Tunnels,” are a highly configurable device for transporting objects, redstone, electricity, and fluids from one place to another over an existing ME Network without the use of storage.
ME Tunnels can be used to transport channels from one place to another, and can carry up to 32 channels, just like a ME Dense Cable, while only needing a single channel per stage, making tunnels a very powerful tool for expanding me networks, particularly over long distances. However, the great flexibility they have comes with a drawback: a p2p tunnel’s channel cannot be carried by another p2p tunnel, which means you can’t nest them recursively.
To set up a P2P Tunnel, you must first tune it to carry the data you want it to, and then fit the outputs to the inputs. The Memory Card is used to configure the connections; first Shift+Right; second Shift+Right; third Shift+Right; fourth Shift+Right Simply right-click the various outputs to store the input into the outputs, then click the input to save it on your memory card. The type of the output is often set to fit the type of the input.

Applied energistics 2 tutorial – episode 10 – me p2p tunnels

The ME P2P Tunnel is a block that the Applied Energistics mod adds to the game. P2P stands for point-to-point communication. Any two points on a ME Network can connect instantly. For any number of outputs, only one can be used as an input. Items cannot be removed from devices using the P2P Tunnel; instead, a pipe transport system or ME Export Bus is used, or items can be manually inserted. ME Bus Memory Cards are used to connect ME P2P Tunnels.
Place the P2P Tunnel on a ME Cable and make it the input by right-clicking it with the type of item to move. Shift+Right-click the P2P Tunnel on a ME Bus Memory Card to save the setup. Build a second Tunnel at the desired location and configure it with the same Memory Card as the first. This last step should be repeated for all outputs of the same kind. Rinse and repeat with the remaining forms.
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