What is PPTP and L2TP tunnel Protocols in ASA Firewall

Posted on 2011-09-07
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
What is PPTP and L2TP tunneling protocols , is both are equalent to Site-Site VPN technologies.
I know how to configure Site-Site but i dont know how to configure L2RP and PPTP.
Pls give the difference

Give Sample scenario of PPTP and L2TP configuration in ASA 5510/5520 firewall

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Both are protocols are not site to site VPN tunnels. They are more like remote access VPNs.
The site to site VPN is for connecting two corporate sites, whereas the remote access VPN is for connecting a remote client to the corporate network.

Here is how to configure site to site VPN:

Here is some info about PPTP:

Here is some info about L2TP:

The Cisco ASA would not be able to be configured as PPTP server, you can only make the PPTP traffic passthrough.

Do confirm what you are looking to configure, PPTP, L2TP or site to site.

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