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CISCO 1700 series VPN setup

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Hi,
  I have a cisco 1750 router, running 12.3 IOS advanced security.

I need to setup a IPSEC remote access vpn so that clients can dial in to the office.
They will be using the cisco vpn client for windows.

Where can I get information on how this can be done ?
Can someone give me a link please ?
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Question by:anarine
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by:anarine
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Sorry,I don't mean dial in, but the clients will have  a DSL broadband or other high speed connection from
their homes.

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by:rowansmith
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That is what Cisco call dialin ... it can be misleading....

e.g., my PPPOE interface is a Dialer Interface, but it dosn't dial anything = it just sends PPP packets over my ethernet connection to my ISP.
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by:anarine
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My configuration is :



 win 2003 server---------- CISCO 1750  --------- | Internet | ------------windows xp running cisco vpn client

Do I need any other additional cisco hardware to make this remote access vpn work ?
eg cisco vpn concentrators / pix ?

 
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the router should do it just fine.  if you have large numbers of remote access clients, then look at an ASA, or a vpn concentrator, as the management side is improved, esp on the concentrator.
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As has already been stated yes your cisco 1750 will do this just fine for a handful of users and low throughput.

The link I have given you above has all the options for configuring VPDN.

-Rowan
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However I see the document does not mention ipsec . Any links for ipsec vpn >
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