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Integrating Multi -WAN, VPN and IEEE 802.3ad for Advanced IPSEC
  • Stefan Ćertić
Stefan Ćertić
Infosec With Experience -Research Department Information Security

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Abstract

Since the emergence of the internet, IPSEC has undergone significant changes due to changes in the type and behavior of users worldwide. IEEE 802.3ad, while considered a key aspect of the IPSEC model, is predictable and can result in potential design flaws, making it relatively easy to access a secure workstation. Thus, it is critical to leverage the benefits of multiple ISPs (multi-WAN) and a link aggregation model and integrate an aspect of randomization in the network. This facet of the network is highlighted by the proof of concept in the simulation of a double pendulum. The analysis of POC provided a network topology designed to utilize multiple WAN, 802.3ad link aggregation, and other environmental components to create a sense of true randomness within a network system. An analysis of this approach shows that it accounts for the data stream's size, transmission speed, WANs and VPNs' location, and other environmental factors to create a sense of randomness. Based on the proof concept, it can be concluded that attaining randomization using multi-WAN, VPN, and 802.3ad is a highly effective model for improving IPSEC.