We have two sites that are connected via a gateway-to-gateway VPN tunnel using Cisco RV082 routers. We also have VPN access using QuickVPN for our Windows employees and PPTP for the few of us that run Mac OS X or Ubuntu Linux.
The RV082's QuickVPN reliability and performance has always left a little to be desired. One of our RV082's is starting to act flakey, so I'm interested in purchasing a replacement.
Should we buy another RV082, or is there a better solution to meet our desired configuration? At this point, I'm interested in only replacing one of the two RV082s, so if we did buy something else, it would have to be able to create a VPN tunnel with our remote site.
- Provide a permanent VPN tunnel to connect our HQ and remote site, which has an RV082
- Provide up to 5-10 concurrent VPN connections for traveling/remote workers (we have 26 employees, so that should be sufficient for now)
- Wireless is not required, as we have separate wireless access points
- Cisco SA 540, although I can't tell from my cursory review if there are any recurring costs associated with VPN access of remote users
- More informative status and diagnostics including RRD Graphs
- Wider selection of VPN options (QuickVPN never seemed to work that great for our road warriors)