What are the available options / solutions that would allow a Win2k client to connect to a Cisco 1720 router with VPN & FW add-ons? The client has been using Win98, and the Cisco Secure VPN client 1.1. I understand that there is a way that Win2k can connect using ipsec to this router. What are the pros & cons? Is the Cisco 3.x VPN client a better way of connecting? Are there other solutions on the market that work better?
Assume a simple DES pipe (don't want to tax the 1720 with 3Des...)
Re: VPN Solution for Win2k & Cisco 1720 VPN/FW Rtr
What kind of authentication are you using? I've been using pre-shared key in Win9x with Cisco Secure VPN Client.
Now, I'm upgrading to win2k clients, and I'd to keep this as lean as possible
Would you have any pointers about what differentiation is needed in the Cisco IOS code, and the 3.5x Unified clients to make a 1720 VPN & 3.5 Uni-client solution like this work? I studying the group functions, because that appears to be the first key differentiator.
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