IP-enabled device need connection through VPN
Posted on 2008-10-29
We have an IP-enabled device that we wish to communicate with over the Internet. This device is placed at a remote location (supplier) and our systems need to communicate with this device. We have a Cisco 1812 connecting our local system with the Internet.
Q1. What is the best solution for connecting the IP-enabled device with our system over the Internet?
I suppose a gateway to gateway vpn would be a good solution, but unfortunately we do not have access to configure the 1812. It is configured for vpn client access.
Q2. Is it possible to configure, for example, a Cisco ASA 5505 to connect to the 1812 as a vpn client?
Q3. Is it possible to use a PC (connected via VPN to our system) as a proxy between the IP-enabled device and our system?