I have an offsite location that needs two time clocks connected back to our home location. Normally for offsite locations I install an ASA, set up EZ VPN on it with a few commands and everything is good to go. Since this is a small footprint I didn't want to install an ASA there. I purchased a Cisco RV320 VPN router because I read in the description it's capable of running an Easy VPN setup.
After receiving the device and talking to small business TAC they told me the only way the RV320 can connect to my home firewall (ASA 5520) is through a "gateway to gateway" VPN which seems a lot more complicated.
From that conversation and researching a bit I've deduced the "Easy VPN" the RV320 is capable of running is only from Client machines back to the router while the EZ VPN I run from ASA to ASA is different somehow.
Question Number 1: Is there an actual difference between "EZ VPN" and "Easy VPN" or have I misread something? Number 2: If there is a difference then are there any small business devices that can use "EZ VPN" as a means to connect back to my ASA?
EZ VPN setup link I normally use: http://www.jump.net.uk/blog-cisco-easy-vpn-on-asa
Easy VPN setup link for the RV320: https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/small-business-support-documents/configure-easy-client-to-gateway-virtual-private-network-vpn-on/ta-p/3172906