I have found myself asking when and where would this be useful? What architectures or campus designs would this be implemented?

The idea is that you can route traffic from the same interface it came in on is similar to the idea of reverse path forwarding(RPF) in routing. The major difference is that Hairpinning focuses on the routing packets traversing the same security level in a virtual private network (VPN), while RPF focuses on keeping routing loop free.



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