Configuration Guide for Remote Access VPN on 2800 Router
Please have a look in the attached Diagram
I was having a internet connection on router-B and remote access VPN was configured. Due to some extra load on router-B company got a new router 2800 series with 1 serial and 2 fastethernet,and a layer 3 switch Now the internet link has been moved to Router-A, i don't want to move all the vpn configuration to new router. But i want the VPN access from internet passing through Router-A to Router B,
I have scope of public IP range one for serial connection i.e /30 to ISP and the other is between ISA and the internet router /29.
I know i m doing a big mess in design here,actually i want to make the Layer 3 switch in use,that's it,
For as simple i would have do just shift the vpn configuration to router-A and connect to ISA and that's all,but the consultant has made a mistake by proposal of layer 3 switch.
Please provide me the link or document for configuring Remote Access VPN on 2800 series router if the above scenario does'nt work.
But i would suggest you to take the initiative of cleaning up the mess instead of building more mess on top of it. if proper consulting report or a design doc has been given to you would suggest you to follow it and can post here for more queries.
its not wise and I wont be just adding stuffs to the existing network which is already a trouble for me.
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