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Guys,

I currently have users VPNing into our network using windows vpn and a routing and remote access server through a Cisco ASA 5510. We are having issues with windows VPN for obvious reasons, and want to impliment the use of the Cisco Client, but still want users to be able to come in on windows VPN, at least for a little while until we move everyone across to the cisco client. Is this possible? if so, how?

Many thanks, Gavin
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You can set up users to use the Cisco client using IPSec authenticating to the ASA5510, and maintain the PPTP pass through VPN for direct RRAS access.
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How easy is it to do this? do i need to run the VPN wizard?
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Though I have worked wit many VPN's, I am not a Cisco expert, but the ASA's are quite easy to configure if you run the wizard. I have done so on a couple of occasions and they were quite straight forward. The wizard will also allow you to leave the existing configurations in place for your PPTP forwarding and other router functions.
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Hi,

you can use cisco ASA as mentioned above. You can set up Easy VPN (cisco ipsec vpn) and with additional licence, you can use SSL vpn (clientless via web browser - activex or java applet). On same asa device you can configure port redirection to RAS win server and let old client connecting to it. ASA is not supporting PPTP vpn (microsoft vpn). If you are using L2TP vith ipsec protection, this is supported.
Second chance is to use ISR router (2811 for example), where is also possible to set up cisco ipsec vpn (or ssl vpn), but there should be also functionality to set up PPTP vpn on one box.
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