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1answer
98 views

Windows Server as router + VPN

We have two locations between which we want to have secure connection. The link between those two networks is 4Gbit/s, and the problem is that our firewalls can provide VPN with maximum throughput of ...
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1answer
110 views

puzzled by VPN, can not see machines in network

I have set up a VPN tunnel between office and rackspace, this all works and i can access my servers by there local IP. However i wish to remove ALL remote access away, so have created a VPN tunnel ...
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2answers
526 views

How do I know if my site-to-site vpn connection is being saturated?

We've got a T1-internet connection with a Cisco ASA 5510 appliance in our small office. We have a site-to-site vpn connection from our office to a remote data center. Question(s): How can I find ...
2
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1answer
686 views

Recommendation for a virtual site-to-site VPN appliance [closed]

can you please recommend an Virtual Appliance or Operating System for creating multiple site-to-site VPN? The appliance must of course handle IPSec. It should also be OpenVPN capable. An Additional ...
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4answers
315 views

Extent LAN over internet

I have the following scenario. A computer is connected to private network. I do NOT have access to modify anything on this private network. I am just supplied with a network cable. The computer ...
2
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2answers
2k views

DD-WRT PPTP VPN problem [closed]

I try to configure a DD-WRT as a PPTP client. The VPN Server is Windows Server 2003. This is my scenario: The Windows 2003 Server has set to give to the VPN Client the 10.0.0.81 fixed IP and to ...
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1answer
83 views

firewall VPN location loses connection to only one file server, weirdest thing I've ever seen

Okay serverfault, please help me figure this one out... I have four locations, each connected to each location with Juniper Netscreen point to point vpns. I have a file server in the main office, ...
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Cisco ASA -> Windows 2003 site-to-site VPN

Is it possible to set up an ipsec site-to-site VPN between a Cisco ASA (5510) and a Windows 2003 Server? (using RRAS or similar on the windows server) And the followup question - if this is ...