In article <3E49A446.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Pete Watters wrote:
> It is my understanding that the Border manager Server uses
Not for VPN.
> When I try to export the CA with the privite key it gives me an
> saying it can not export the privite key. I found a TID that stated
> the CA may have been created by a Certificate Server that can not
> export the privite key. Because I can not export the CA privite key
> can not Move the CA to the LA2 server without deleting it and
I would simply delete it and recreate it. (Done it lots of times).
are you referring to?
> If there is no way around this problem and I delete the existing CA
> recreate it on the LA2 server I fear I will have problems with my
> site-to-site VPN connections.
No, you won't have problems with Site-Site VPN. Or Client-Site VPN.
encryption is done in the TCPIP.NLM itself.
> My problem and question is what problems
> can I create with the Border manager VPN site to site connection. I
> would hate to travel to the remote site to recreate it. Can this be
> problem and if so are there workarounds.
It really shouldn't be a problem.
For that matter, you don't really need to go to a remote site just to
set up a
VPN connection there.
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