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VPN connection and VLANS

Hi

I am bit new to this and have a question about a new VPN link I have been asked to set up.

I need to set up a VPN link to a remote company which is fine. This link then needs to be passed down to a certain location in our building only for a certain group of users. It will be their main connection to the outside world.

Although they are located in our building they will now need to access resources from the remote company.

Can anyone please give me a point in the right direction for this?

Thanks in advance

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Re: VPN connection and VLANS

Hi,

If you want to make your VPN more secure, then make the host based acl and mark it as interesting traffic.In this scenario,they will have only the specific reource access.

If you want more info, can you post your network toplogy diagram ??

Regards

Karuppu

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Re: VPN connection and VLANS

Hi

Here is a very basic network diagram of what I am trying to do.

I need to know how to create the a VLAN on the Switch which will then link up with the VPN on the ASA 5510 so all traffic from that department go out via that VPN so they can access the server over in Site B.

The staff in Site B are looking after their end.

I just need to know the best way to ensure those pc's use that VPN link.

Thanks again

New Member

Re: VPN connection and VLANS

Here is the network diagram, it wouldnt let me upload it last time.

Re: VPN connection and VLANS

Hi,

Create a seperate vlan the clients which needs to communicte to site B in switch by the below commands

config t

(config)#vlan 100(this vlan should not be exist in your switch)

then assign the ports(the clients which needs to be connect) in the switch into the respective VLAN.

int fastethernet0/0

switchport mode access

switchport access vlan 100

Hope it helps you

Regards

Karuppu

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Re: VPN connection and VLANS

So then on the ASA after I have created the VPN tunnel hos do I assign that tunnel to VLAN 100 that I created on the switch?

Thanks again!

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