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i want to implemented a ssl VPN solution to customer
 where they login using https://firewallip
 then minimize the connected VPN
 and able to access the internal resources of company
 is it possible ? if yes Please let me know ?

ASA provide
SSL Client less VPN
SSL VPN Client ??i don't know what is this ?
Client IPSEC IKEv1 : using VPN client
Client Anyconnect : using VPN client software
L2TP /IPSEC : using windows inbuilt VPN software

which one i should use
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I guess you are looking for an external and internal solution?
how many users are there?
I use this appliance -
http://www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/security/sa-series/sa2500/

very good from 10-50 users including users portal+vpn access, terminal etc what ever you decide, licensing is not expensive and the support is excellent.

Hope this helps,

Gilad
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we are a cisco house company. we should be something similar in cisco ?
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cisco said we can achieve this by using any connect

if we have any connect premium license then
1)      Users would be able to connect from outside via https://firewallip
2)      They will not need any client installed on the computer
3)      They do not need browser to access internal resources, we do not want to use bookmarks we want straight access to lan.

All the traffic will will use ssl vpn to send the traffic to internal resources

is that correct ?
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thanks
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