VPN connection using DD-wrt - VPN on client side to Cisco pix501 on server side- config help?

Hello trying to create a VPN connection between home (dd-wrt VPN)  and work (cisco pix 501).

Will have DDNS at home with a Static IP address at work.

Never used the VPN stuff in DD-WRT and am looking for some pointers on how to setup.

Cheers

Dorego
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batry_boyCommented:
Are you trying to implement a L2L VPN or a remote access (single user) VPN?
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doregoborregoAuthor Commented:
L2L - hopefully?
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onlyamir007Commented:

hi guys,


 
I really dont wanna hack your thread but I didnt any response so I find experts
 
 
please if u  guys can help me?? how can i route my internet traffic via VPN ???
 
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Networking_Hardware/Routers/Q_24220326.html 

 
please answer me .... thankx
 
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