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4 port vpn router suggestion to connect to a Juniper SA2500 via IPSEC

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Hi,

We have an SA2500 Juniper that we use to allow users to connect via SSL VPN.
We will have a few remote sites that we would like to connect to the Juniper SA2500 and have a small 4 port VPN router locally.

We would like to have a VOIP phone that will connect to our local network IPPBX.

Any suggestions of routers that work well with the Juniper SA2500?

Any other suggestions would be welcome also.

Kind regards,

JuniorSA
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To the best of my knowledge, SA devices only allow for a client access. That is a single device (Mobile, PDA, PC) can use a Web browser based SSL VPN to connect to resources at the office. There is no LAN-LAN coupling available, as you would require to connect branch offices.
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