Hi, I posted before on the forum with no reply, maybe I wasn't specific enough i don't know.
I am new to VPN's and still learning my way around IOS aswell but I would like to be able to access my server from anywhere in the world.
I know I can already do this via SSH and other 'web' based protocols but actually using drive mounts through samba and nfs protocols I can't do as it isn't a good idea to open the ports for them on WAN.
I have obtained a copy of Cisco VPN Client and would like to set my router up to use the client.
Have you come accross this link,Easy VPN configuration , this link will give you step by step requirements to configure the router as a vpn ra server, go over this. Once you go over it build the config script on a notepad, backup current router config before making changes, after making new changes test with vpn client, if no joy re-attach updated legible config so we can help, the config attached is not right format.
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encapsulating the entire inner TCP/UDP datagram within an ESP header.
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