We are proposing to set up a one to one link between a 3005 concentrator and a 1711 router.
Connecting the 1711 will be a cable modem - Behind the 1711 we will have D-Link DSS 24 port for our wired clients and a D-Link DWL 7000 AP for our Wireless clients.
I am assuming IPSEC passthrough will need to be enabled on both D-Link routers
The customer would like whilst using the VPN to be able to browse the internet - As I understand it this is where split tunnelling comes in.
1.Is this viable in the configuration explained above
2.Where in the setup is split tunnelling set up - at both VPN endpoints i.e. Cisco Concentrator 3005,Cisco 1711 router and the clients themselves.
I am assuming the configuration is a viable solution.
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* do remote maintenance in their network
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