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|reply to JoeSchmoe007 |
Re: Looking into ZyWALL USG100
Can a USG as the poster reiterated......
(1) connect two different computers using VPN clients, one IPSEC via CISCO client and one using WIndows VPN native client L2TP at the same time.
In this case the USG would be simply passing through VPN connections.
(2) connect directly from one computers using USG as a vpn endpoint to the CISCO router IPSEC, and one computer connected via a client L2TP windows connection to the linksys. In this case the USG would pass through an L2TP connection and directly handle the IPSEC VPN connection to the CISCO.
(Note: Depends on if the cisco client is provided (with confidential settings and if so no direct connectivity would be possible)
(3) connect one computer via the cisco client IPSEC, and attempt to setup direct VPN connection from the computer using USG to the linksys - replacing the L2TP scenario. In this case the USG would pass through the IPSEC CISCO VPN connection and directly handle an IPSEC VPN connection to the linksys.
(Note: depends upon the ability to configure or talk with the VPN admin at the linksys vpn router site).
Personally I would prefer option 3 if option 1 was not possible. If the client with all setting is provided that is best as a direct to CISCO VPN would be biatch to setup
Finally, what about the possibilty of SSL VPN to the linksys unit??
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