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Cisco Concentrater / Draytech Vigor VPN possible?

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I have a client who is looking to link a couple of offices together via a VPN. Currently Office1 (Which I don't look after) has a Cisco concentrater 3010 and Office2 (Which I am starting to look after) has a Draytech Vigor 2200USB. They currently have a user at office2 with the Cisco VPN software who access Office1 via this as a personal VPN (It links his specified IP address). What they want to do now is allow more users at office2 to access office1 but the Cisco team at office1 say that it cannot be done even though the Vigor2200USB supposedly supports VPN passthrough and 3DES. Has anybody any experience of this?

Currently, that's about all I know of the setup, I have never been to office1 and only been to office2 a couple of times to sort out other (Unrelated) issues and it would be nice to be able to provide them with a definitive answer!

Bit of a long shot I know but you gotta try!
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