What is the Cisco ASA 5520's VPN ustility like?

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Nov 4th, 2007
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Hi, I have a Cisco 3015 VPN concentrator, the Web admin tool is really good. We are getting a 2 Cisco 5520 soon in failover mode and I wondered if I should move my site-to-sites to the ASA 5520 and if so how good it the tool for the ASA VPN's as I not seen it yet?

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j.langton Thu, 12/13/2007 - 18:27
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The VPN capabilities of the ASA are very similar to that of the concentrators. Much of the management interface will have the same look and feel on both appliances. Migrating your L2L VPNs is a matter of preference and will depend on your topology. For me, I prefer to terminate my L2L VPNs into a DMZ and use the ASA to permit/deny traffic into my LAN.

whiteford Thu, 12/13/2007 - 22:45
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How did you force the VPN's into a DMZ? And is this the same for the client VPN's?


What kind of allow/deny rules have you got, I think I would like to do the same.

Thanks

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