I'm looking to replace a VPN Concentrator and PIX 515 with one ASA to handle the duties. All IPSEC tunnels have ASA 5505's on the remote sites. We would have a maximum of 20 of those up at a time. Is anyone out there using the "Cisco ASA 5500 Series SSL/IPsec VPN Edition" as the primary firewall at the home office? From playing with the ASA 5505's, they seem similar to a PIX 506.
Haven't had time to thoroughly research the larger devices...going out of town, so I just wanted to see if anyone has done something similar.
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