My client is a large manufacturing corporation with National HQ in Australia, and Global HQ is in Japan. The Japanese proposal is a 1MB FR link from Australia to Japan. This will cost nearly $500k AU/yr.
We currently have a 2MB Internet connection, and I would like to use it (or possibly upgrade it further) and use a VPN, as this would be considerably cheaper.
We still need the 1MB throughput to Japan, but if we can do so with a relatively cheap VPN, that would be a lot better than the FR link. We are getting new PIX 515s, and we already have a 3660 here. I think a VPN AIM for 3660 and a higher speed internet connection would be our best option.
Has anyone who has used a similar implementation before, had any serious latency issues? Is it possible to get 1MB throughput through such a VPN?
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