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post #11 of 12
correct beers the ISP assigned IP doesnt change but the IP at the end of the VPN tunnel does.
Think of it this way normally you have 2 IPs your internal LAN IP and your external ISP IP which sites can see, with a VPN you are adding another layer the VPN IP which is what the site will see and this changes when you disconnect and reconnect
post #12 of 12
Wait, what??

That's a half truth. I can see why it can work that way, but I can also see what it absolutely couldn't work that way depending on the IPsec SA using AH or ESP..

I still thing that's just weird..
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