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Hi

I need your help in configuring a VPN connection from home to office,  to connect IPSEC VPN tunnel from Office to client side.

We have Cisco ASA 5512 . Software version 8.6 (1) in our office.

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:Swaroop Katargunde
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Install the Cisco client on your home PC and then set up Phase 1, Phase 2 and shared secret to match the policies on the Cisco box. Your office should be able to assist with the actual settings.
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