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Configuration of Cisco 800 Series for ADSL2+, NAT, Port Forwarding

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Hi All,

I am a newbie to the world of Cisco, but am preparing my first 867VAE Router for a replacement of their existing gateway. From a high level I will need to:

Connect to a PPPoA ADSL2+ connection
Port forward external to internal Server (SMTP, HTTPS) with NAT
Allow PPTP VPN from external to inside Microsoft Server
Allow remote administration over telnet or SSH
I will obviously want to keep things as secure as possible, but no need to get carried away with multiple user access as it is a small business.

Any help you can provide would be great - running IOS on version 15.2.
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The Cisco 800 Series Integrated Services Routers Software Configuration Guide should provide you with all the information you need.  If you have a networking background and only need the Cisco-specific how-to, I don't think you need to look further.
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Sorry to get back so late on this :)

Managed to use your link plus other online resources - pretty easy once you know how.
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