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    Default VPN and Wireless

    I tried a search on this Forum section for VPN and wireless security with no avail.

    My question is this; if you have a host on an unsecured wireless network and the host is connected to the corporate network via VPN, is it still secure?

    I.e.- at what point along a packets path is it secure on a VPN connection?

    My logical guess would be from the host it would be encrypted, but I have not found very good documentation on this.

    Thank you CCNA Wireless masters.
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    Yes it would be encrypted from the host to the vpn termination point. A quick search I pulled this up from the cisco website. Client VPN over Wireless LAN with WLC Configuration Example - Cisco Systems
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    Quote Originally Posted by wastedtime View Post
    Yes it would be encrypted from the host to the vpn termination point. A quick search I pulled this up from the cisco website. Client VPN over Wireless LAN with WLC Configuration Example - Cisco Systems
    Thanks, that was what I needed.
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