How to Site to Site VPN between DI 804HV and DI 804HV.

Posted on 2009-07-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-07
How to Site to Site VPN between DI 804HV and DI 804HV. Step by step please?
Question by:anirajstha
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Please have a look at the article below:

Please let know if you need more details.

Thank you.

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Thank you Sir dpk_wal for replying...
I'm just going through it right now...i just let you know ASAP.


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Dear Sir dpk_wal,
Sorry for not commenting previously... Your answer hit the spot but i had to do some homeworks..

Thank you very much Sir kpk_wal
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You are welcome; happy I could be of assistance.


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