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Can a Cisco 2621 handle VPN?

Which IOS version does it need? Any good tutorials online?
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And by VPN, I mean a client to router (using VPN Client or AnyConnect) VPN not router to router.
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donmanrobb earned 2000 total points
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I'd generally recommend the Advanced security image or enterprise images.

If your new to VPNs you might want to consider using Cisco's SDM to setup it up.
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