Look at http://www.howstuffworks.com/vpn.htm and
for starters. Like I said I just started looking at this so there may be
"Mark Smythe" <smyt...@home.com> wrote in message
I really like the Enhanced IP Services for Cisco Networks by Donald
Lee. If you can wait a couple weeks my book will be available too.
CCIE Security Training:
"no mail" <nom...@nomail.com> wrote in message
> I'm just starting to look at this, but I think you'd need to set up
> a tunnel between your end users and your 3620 using IPSec.
> Look at http://www.howstuffworks.com/vpn.htm and
> c2.htm for starters. Like I said I just started looking at this so
> there may be better resources.
> "Mark Smythe" <smyt...@home.com> wrote in message
> > Hi All,
> > I have a Cisco 3620 connected to a T-1 which we are using for 33k
> > baud modem dial in. Once dialed in , a PPP connection is made
> > and an ip address is assigned. There are 5 people that use this
> > dial in once in a while for only short times. We would like to (
> > we wish/hope ) use our cable internet connections to get on our
> > network instead of the very slow modems. I have read that the
> > 3620 can do VPN. The problem is I dont know where to start or
> > what the best practices are for setting up VPNs. I am going to
> > be taking some courses in Sept. but I also would like any sites
> > or books that explain VPN from the ground up. Any help is
> > greatly appreciated.
> > Mark
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