I currently have a Cisco 678 ADSL Router, a Watchguard Firebox II and 2 2600 series routers, and a 5248AS. I also purchased CiscoSecure ACS. We want to implement VPN, but I'm not really satisfied with the security on the Firebox for VPN. Does anyone have any suggestions on how I could use my existing Cisco equipment to set up VPN? Currently, the 678 is plugged in to the Firebox, and the Firebox to my switch. I think I could create a more secure VPN with the Cisco equipment, I'm just not sure where to start. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks. Tom
You cant do encryption with the 678. The smallest model for IPSEC is the 800 series but youre better off getting a 1700 or something scalable. The 2600s will do VPN with the right IOS but I dont understand how they fit into your topology.
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