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LAN-Cell 2 to Cisco 5510

Posted on 2012-04-02
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Hello !

I have a question related to VPN between LAN-Cell 2 (Verizon) and Cisco ASA 5510

I would like to install this device in a location/area where DSL service is not available or very expense.  Here is the scenario

At the remote site I have a unit which pushes data back to the office (ASA side) every 5 minutes so the connection to ASA should be stable.  Another requirement is for the host in the office to connect and manage the remote device.

So I am not sure if a VPN tunnel is possible to build between these two devices via cellular network, is seems to me that most likely a Cisco 800 ISR router should be involved. But can this LAN-Cell unit be put in bridge mode ? Lots of questions..  

I wonder if someone who had done this before can share his/her experience??

Thank you for reading

Cheers
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I can't speak for the LAN-Cell device, but we've bee deploying Cisco 880 series router using Verizon 3G sticks and CradlePoint CBA750 units. Works like a charm. If the LAN-Cell is a comparable device, you should have no trouble.
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It worked !  Thanks
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