How much will you charge for helping me implement Always On VPN within Server 2016 AD network?

I'm looking to implement the Always on VPN within my brand new Server 2016 AD network.

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How much will you charge me helping me do this?
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Wayne88Commented:
Always on as in site-to-site?  Also, why use Windows instead of router-to-router VPN?
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
That is what we use (VPN IPSec Routers). Works vastly better than Windows.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Thanks. We use Juniper at some clients (tricky to set up), Cisco RVxx at smaller clients (easy to set up). Please let use know if you need help.
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