We manage a company who uses a Cisco ASA 5510. VPN users connect using the Cisco VPN Client. I have checked, and from what I have found it is not possible to log in using dial-up connection like you can with Microsoft's built-in PPTP VPN client. I am wondering if there is a way to connect to the ASA using the Cisco VPN Client, then bridge that VPN connection to my laptop's ethernet jack so I can plug in a brand new laptop out-of-the-box and join it to the domain I'm VPN'd to.
Does that make sense? We do a lot of work for this company and lately I've been driving to the company (they're only five minutes away) just to get on their wifi just so I can join the laptop to the domain. There must be a way to "extend" their network to our network on a on-the-fly basis. I am aware we can probably create an IPsec tunnel from the ASA to our m0n0wall, but not positive.
If it is possible to "log in using dial-up connection" with the Cisco VPN Client, I would very much appreciate a link or brief explanation. I've tried multiple ways to no avail.
Thanks in advance!