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Posted on 2004-08-29
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Dear Sirs,

We are getting a 128kbps internet from one of the leading ISP.Kindly suggest me to establish the net facility for all the users in my local lan. How can implement VPN connectivity?

Please find below the connectivity flow which are planning to setup. At the end ISP will provide ethernet output through fibre to ethernet converter.

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Cisco 3660-DTE cable(back to back)-Dlink router-DCE cable  -Dlink Routers fastethernet -Media converter-Fibre-Media converter-Ethernet output
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Waiting for your reply ...

Thanks in advance
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Hi ssshibu,
The easiest way would be to put something like a Cisco PIX firewall on the ethernet interface at the end.
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Thanks...

In firewall can I give internet access to all the Pcs in my local LAN?

How do i establish VPN connectivity?
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Yes you can control which machines can have access. By default all machines on your local network are permitted to access everything.

There are lots of configuration examples to setup the PIX for VPN.
This is the main Cisco one - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/vpndevc/ps2030/prod_configuration_examples_list.html
I have a couple of examples on my website also - http://www.gbnetwork.co.uk/networking/
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