IP tunneling


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IP tunneling

Carrying a protocol from another networking system within an IP packet; for example, transmitting NetWare IPX packets within IP. See tunneling.
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This technology embraces the basic NAS utilization of either native IP or IP tunneling methods over Fibre Channel frames to further expand SANs' reach.
The switch supports H.323 VoIP traffic with prioritization and filtering mechanisms, as welt as IP tunneling.--Memotec Communications
For example, an application that requires nonrepudiation services may go for application layer security, whereas an application that requires IP tunneling between mobile stations and corporate firewalls may be well served with Internet layer security.