I would like to set up a number of Cisco PIX's located on the client ends to connect with a VPN connection to a server with a PIX who also has a dynamic IP adress. Is this possible? I was thinking in the line of giving the dynamic ip of the server a static dns entry with a dynamic DNS update service.
This would help alot for my small business clients who want vpn connections from home to their metaframe server who has a dynamic external IP-adress. Seeing as connections with static ip-addreses are 10 times more expensive for lower bandwitdh than those with dynamic IP.
Re: Cisco PIX - VPN between two dynamic IP Adresses.
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