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Router-generated traffic encrypted by IPSEC?

 
 
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      09-25-2005
Hi,
is router-generated or router-interface-destined traffic (e.g. pinging from
router to another router's interface) encrypted by IPSEC (assuming the
crypto ACL has the correct definition for it)?

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