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I am planning to setup a cisco ipsec vpn. Does a windows certificate server need to be installed on the domain or can cisco device itself provide the certificate to remote access clients ?

The cisco device is cisco 1700 with advanced security IOS
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ipsec does not need a (ssl) certificate, it works with preshared keys. the cisco 1700 can manage the connections by itself if set up correctly.
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Does l2tp over ipsec require certificates ?
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no
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Will I need to enable NAT-Traversal on the dsl router that is in front of the cisco ?
The DSL router has the public ip
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