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cisco 837 site to site VPN

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We have recently purchased 2 Cisco 837 adsl routers to connect our two sites using a VPN. I am having great trouble configuring the vpn at both end. Roaming clinets will also need to vpn into the main site where one of the cisco 837 will reside.

I have looked at the cisco documentation and it has gone a bit over my head.

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Try this link:
http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/browse/psp_view.pl?p=Technologies:IPSec&s=Implementation_and_Configuration

and scroll down to the section "IPSec on Router to Router" which gives several examples on what you need to configure to get this working.

Just follow the examples. There is an example for 827 router (ie. using PPPoE). There is also an example on how to simulatenously configure site-to-site VPN as well as VPN clients connecting to the router. Put these two together and you will have what you require.

Have a go and then ask specific questions on any problems you are having.
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