I've just bought a Cisco 887 Router and i've deployed it to replace my client's exisiting ADSL router. I've configured it using Cisco CP, and it's working properly. I'm trying to setup the router for VPN connectivity, so that the users who use laptops can work from outside our office. I've gone through the wizard to setup an Easy VPN Server for client access and I've setup the Pre-Shared Key and IP Range. I was trying to download the Easy VPN client the site says I need some sort of agreement to be added to our exisiting partnership account. I was able to find download links after some googling, but none of the clients, during connection setup ask for a Pre-Shared Key. So I know I'm going wrong somewhere.
I'm a newbie at this, so any kind of help would be really appreciated.
After some more googling, I found that Cisco did release a 64 bit VPN client , even though it was in beta.
I'm sorry that I'm not able to paste the link for this client, because when I looked for the download link now, it's been taken offline. I tried to find it again, but all I could find were torrents. They should work too, but I haven't tried them.
The version number for this client is Cisco VPN Client 5.0.07.0290 x64
Once the client is running, you can configure the connection by giving your group name as Name and the Pre-Shared Key as your password.
Once the router has connected, you will be asked for your user login. This is where the user database comes in.
Once you put in the correct user details, you're logged in!
Hope this helps anyone who finds this.
And once again thanks to everyone for their support.
Thank you so much for taking your time in order to provide this detailed documentation. This is more important than you just posting this as resolved, but to have other people to use this post as a reference with your detailed explanation is really what we are looking for.
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