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VPN 3005 to support Remote Access as well as Site-to-site

We would like to know as to whether can we use a single VPN Concentrator to support both, site-to-site VPN as well as Remote Access VPN by teleworker using VPN Client?

Will 3005 support Windows IPSec to establish VPN Tunnel?

TIA

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Re: VPN 3005 to support Remote Access as well as Site-to-site

Almost every cisco product can support both end user vpns as well as site to site tunnels concurrently _ PIXen, IOS devices and 30xx concentrators all can.

Yes, you can use the native win2k client, but Cisco's software client has some features definitely worth looking into

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Re: VPN 3005 to support Remote Access as well as Site-to-site

Thanks Mostiguy, I wanted to confirm these two points. Of course VPN Clients from Cisco are always preffered over any other option.

Meanwhile, I need one more clarification. Can we have more than one server, say nearly 5 servers with Real IP Addresses, behind VPN Concentrator and enable VPN Clients from outside to access these servers? All the clients will not be accessing all the servers but a set of clients will use one or two designated servers.

Thanks for your response

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Re: VPN 3005 to support Remote Access as well as Site-to-site

Create a user group that uses a split tunnel to only access those servers you want them to access.

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