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RV and ASA series difference

Hi,

I am planning to build a site to site vpn tunnel, connecting 2-3 satellite office to the main office.

After searching the product, I really don't understand the difference between models like the ASA5505 and RV042

Can I need to use ASA5505 in the main office while RV042 in the stallite offices?

Or can I use RV042 (or upper) in all the office and it is enough for vpn tunnel?

If it is the case, what is the benefit of ASA series over the RV series?

Thank you for answering my stupid question, I am very new to cisco products.

Regards,

Peter

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Re: RV and ASA series difference

In a nutshell, ASA5505 is an enterprise-grade security appliance, while RV series are VPN routers designed for small business.

ASA supports CLI, while RV series rely on web browsers for administrative tasks.

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Re: RV and ASA series difference

In a nutshell, ASA5505 is an enterprise-grade security appliance, while RV series are VPN routers designed for small business.

ASA supports CLI, while RV series rely on web browsers for administrative tasks.

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