Home Office IPSec VPN to Cisco PIX 515 - What to use?
I have a Cisco PIX 515 and have several Sales people and Engineers that Want to work from home. We are providing them a DSL or Cable Connection to the internet.
We would like to be able to provide them with a VPN Endpoint Appliance to connect to the DSL/Cable Modem so they can have an Always on connection to the Office. We currenty have PPTP and IPSec set up with the Built-in Windows PPTP Clinet and the Cisco VPN Client.
I'd rather not have to spend $400 for the PIX 501 when only one or two computer will be connecting to the internet and only one connecting to the Corp Office.
Any Suggestions on what I can use for these Small home office VPN Endpoints that Talk to the PIC 515?
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