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How is my GRE-Tunneled packet being routed? [closed]

I'm trying to figure out exactly what is happening when I create a GRE tunnel. My network looks like this (-> means directly connected): Computer A (eth0: 10.0.1.1) -> (eth0: 10.0.1.2) Router B ...
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GRE Tunnel over IPsec with Loopback

I'm having a really hard time trying to estabilish a VPN connection using a GRE over IPsec tunnel. The problem is that it involves some sort of "loopback" connection which I don't understand -- let ...
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Routing subnet over GRE tunnel

Im trying to configure a GRE over IPSec connection between two subnets. The IPSec tunnel is opened and now I want to add a GRE tunnel over it: ip tunnel add GRE01 mode gre remote 10.244.0.1 local ...
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Does a router have to explicitly support GRE in order to pass those connections?

I have replaced a mess of Cisco routers with a single Dell PowerConnect 6224. These routers serve (and served) public IPs to clients, and just acted as routers to the upstream provider. Prior to the ...
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GRE over IPSec behind FW

I have a checkpoint S-Box which is a gateway for network 192.168.0.0/24. Internal IP is 192.168.0.1. On the S-Box configured static VPN tunnel with local IP 10.x.x.x and remote 10.y.y.y. I need to ...
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How to setup an IPSec / GRE tunnel on Windows Server 2008

I have a Windows Server 2008 that has a single network interface configured with a public IP address. My business partner has a private network. From my server, I need to access all the devices on his ...