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Designing a Remote Access network

We have an

ASA 5505 with 8.3

Cisco/Linksys E2000

Static IP address

What it needs to do

VERY basic routing we could use the E2000 if we had to, with just setting up the IP address.

IPSec/L2TP into the same network into the people that are plugged into the E2000

IF possible no split tunneling all internet need to go through the vpn

we need a Class A network

Inside the network we have:

RDP server

AD DC Servers

my idea: use the ASA for everything and use the E2000 as a access point.

Any help would be great

Thank you,

     Christopher Roberts

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Re: Designing a Remote Access network

Hi,

The ASA can do most of the work because it can provide Internet by doing NAT, accept the VPN connections and do the firewall protection needed in every network.

The linksys could provide the wireless access.

If you need any help please provide more details.

Federico.

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Re: Designing a Remote Access network

It's not needed as a firewall to much. we are not using it for port forwarding.

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