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Hardware Acceleration

Offloading UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic

You can use the following command to enable or disable NP6 offloading of UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic on port 4500.

config system npu

set uesp-offload {disable | enable}

end

Enable to offload UDP traffic with a destination port of 4500 (ESP-in-UDP traffic). This option is disabled by default.

In addition to enabling this option, to make sure UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic can be offloaded successfully, you should disable IPsec anti-replay protection and use large MTU check values in NAT-traversal sessions to avoid fragmented packets and MTU exceptions.

Offloading UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic

You can use the following command to enable or disable NP6 offloading of UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic on port 4500.

config system npu

set uesp-offload {disable | enable}

end

Enable to offload UDP traffic with a destination port of 4500 (ESP-in-UDP traffic). This option is disabled by default.

In addition to enabling this option, to make sure UDP-encapsulated ESP traffic can be offloaded successfully, you should disable IPsec anti-replay protection and use large MTU check values in NAT-traversal sessions to avoid fragmented packets and MTU exceptions.