VPN from home... advice

I am looking into how to implement a VPN from home situation with a laptop. We have the Cisco ASA series firewalls that the VPN obviously would need to be established with. Can somebody help me and guide me through what I need to implement to get this up and running? I do not have any experience with making our employees/users mobile at this point with their laptops, as we have always kept everything in-house on our LAN, what have you. I have a fairly good amount of experience/knowledge with the ASA firewalls, but am not an expert. Lots of the features, like AnyConnect I'm unfamilar with still. I can call a Cisco TAC and I may have to do that before it's all said and done, but thought I would try here first.

thanks
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Kaiser AnwarCommented:
It is pretty straight forward - you will need to create IP Address Pool and will need to make sure that that address range is route-able   internally

below are few links to look at - you may not need all the commands

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asa/asa91/configuration/vpn/asa_91_vpn_config/vpn_remote_access.html

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/data-center/eight-easy-steps-to-cisco-asa-remote-access-setup/

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
Remember with AnyConnect you will only get 'two' vpn connections unless you purchased some extra licensing! So IPSEC or PPTP/L2VPN VPN might suit you better.

Cisco ASA 5500 AnyConnect Setup From Command Line

Cisco ASA5500 Client VPN Access
Note: With modern Windows clients the IPSEC client can be 'challenging'.

Cisco ASA5500 - L2TP over IPSEC VPN

Regards,

Pete
RVFB ITAuthor Commented:
thanks for the advice. i haven't had time since i posted this to follow up though. Still really busy today.. i will get back to you guys on this. thank you
RVFB ITAuthor Commented:
would it be possible to install a certificate on the laptop and then use that certificate as the authentication for the VPN tunnel? Then there would only be 1 possible computer out there with the rights to logon remotely.
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
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