is it possible? vpn client to vpn concentrator and to vpn concentrator
We need to implement a strange config, and I'm not really confident that it will work.
This is what we want to try:
Clients connect to a Cisco VPN concentrator (vpn 3000) they get an IP address from the pool. That device is site A.
We have the same device at site B.
We want to establish a Lan to Lan tunnel between site A and B. And we want to route all traffic from the clients to the site B. Actually this routing would mean that we route the traffic from the pool to the site B, because we need to NAT that traffic.
Is that theoretical possibly?
And is there a default packet compression when we create a Lan to Lan tunnel?
Re: is it possible? vpn client to vpn concentrator and to vpn co
This sample configuration demonstrates how to form an IPSec tunnel from a PC that runs the Cisco VPN Client (4.x and later) to a Cisco VPN 3000 Concentrator to enable the user to access the network inside the VPN Concentrator securely.
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