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2 client VPNs running at same time

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi all.
Ok super simple question....

Is there a way to run 2 client VPN's at the same time?
We have 2 data centers and T-1's at our remote offices.  We have Cisco routers and static tunnels
between all now.  We have a new location that will not be able to have a static tunnel so
we will have to use Cisco client VPN's.  Is there a way to run 2 Client VPNs at the same time to connect
to 2 seperate data centers?  Only 250 point as all I want to know is can it be done.  If I need to find out how I can post another questions.
Thanks !
Sean
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It can't be done with the Cisco client.

Maybe set up 2 virtual machines on you PC with each connecting to a site.
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Ok that is what I thought.  Just wanted to get an EE opinion.
And I thought about the VM as well.  We may look going down that road as well.

Thanks for the quick reply.

Sean
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