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Cable and DSL VPN

We have 2 office networks connected via Cisco 827 DSL routers. We are using IPSEC and 3DES. The networks are connecting privately through the VPN. We are going to re-locate one of the offices to an area that does not have DSL available, but does have Cable Access. My Question… What is needed/recommended at the new location that will allow us to re-connect the office networks and still use the Cisco 827 DSL at the other location? We would like to continue the same type of connectivity via a VPN solution.

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Re: Cable and DSL VPN

You can use Cisco's UBR 905 cable modem which supports IPSEC now as well. Here is the url for more information on that

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/900/prodlit/br905_qp.htm

Cisco's cable modems can be found at

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/cable/cab_modm/index.htm

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Cisco Employee

Re: Cable and DSL VPN

You can use Cisco's UBR 905 cable modem which supports IPSEC now as well. Here is the url for more information on that

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/900/prodlit/br905_qp.htm

Cisco's cable modems can be found at

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/cable/cab_modm/index.htm

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Re: Cable and DSL VPN

Thanks, this is what I needed to know.

Community Member

Re: Cable and DSL VPN

You may also wish to use the 806 broadband router which is a dual ethernet solution in case you decide to switch to dsl once it is available in that area. Or even the 3002 hardware client.

I suggest this because of lot more broadband providers won't support you if you don't have their cpe on the line.

Bob Watson

CCDA, CCNP

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