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How many simultaneous VPN connections can I have on a Cisco 1841 w/ VPN Module?

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I need to know how many concurrent VPN sessions I am licensed for on a Cisco 1841 w/ VPN module. I ran a 'show version' but that does not give me the info I am looking for. I am running ios
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You only need to license SSL VPN.  If using IPSEC VPN, you are only limited by the hardware itself, you don't pay for licensing or have a software license limit on IPSEC connections.
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