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Can a site-to-site VPN be set up between a Belkin F9K1102 WiFi router and Cisco ASA 5510 ?

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We just acquired a small facility with 4 computers. We are thinking about setting up a VPN between the small facility and our headquarter. The small facility is with a Belkin - N600 Dual-Band Wireless-N+ Router while the HQ with Cisco ASA 5510. Can you tell me if it is possible to set up VPN between these two devices?
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I took a quick look through then manual and that router does not appear to include VPN. Most consumer routers do not.

You need a VPN router:  Cisco RVxx, Cisco ASA, or Juniper Netscreen.
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"Network Transport Protocol      IPSec , L2TP , PPPoE , PPTP , TCP/IP" is in the specs of N600, which would mean it can handle VPNs. But that is about all I can find, so I don't think it is possible aside of maybe being used for the Internet connection itself.
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@Castlewood  - Thank you and I was happy to help.
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