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How to create a vpn with cisco 1700

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how to create a vpn?
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by:cne
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I have using the configMaker. It doesnt seem to friendly with the VPN stuff.
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What IOS are you running ?  What is the network topology you are building ?  I have created loads of IPSec VPNs.......
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I have found
 http://www.vpnc.org/interopprofiles/cisco-ios.txt
seems to be a bit like what i am looking for still looking.
This should not be that hard~!?

ios 12.2
lan to lan
second tunnel for just in case.
thanks
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If you have the IPSEC feature set it won't be difficult.
I think they have the serial and fastEthernet interfaces swapped backwards in that example, but it has good explanations.

Assuming that both routers will connect to the internet also, here's another scenario:
http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk583/tk372/technologies_configuration_example09186a008009448f.shtml



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