I have a dilemma that I have been unable to figure out. I am trying to configure a home office setup for one of our remote employees using a Cisco 851 router, a Cisco 7940 IP Phone and a company laptop. However, the employee does not have a home router of his own. I would like to configure the router to have the phone and laptop plug in to the router and have them tunnel to the corporate office over an IPSEC EZVPN connection, and have any other home equipment the employee has to go straight to the internet.
From tinkering with the router config, I found that the switch ports are L2 only, so I cannot apply individual IP addresses and get any split tunneling to work through interface mapping/VLANs. The only other way I know is to have some kind of route maps that detect the source IP address (DHCP provided on the router with a static map for company equipment). However I am at a loss as to how to configure it all.
Does anyone know if this is possible and if so how it is done?
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