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Starting a VPN Setup

Starting a VPN Setup

Starting a VPN Setup

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Hello,

We are looking into starting a VPN setup for our business. We have our Main Office (host) and an remote office. Also, we would like our enterprises issued iPhones to be included in accessing the main office.

What hardware/software do we need?

Currently at our main office, there is a Cisco Router, Cisco CME setup, Wireless AP's, and 1 Windows Sever.

Remote office has just a router and 2 PC's

The iPhone could use the built in IPsec VPN software?

Our goal is to have all the machines on the VPN setup (Host Office, Remote Office, and iPhones) to act as if they were all on the same network being able to access all the same local resources and intranet

I would like to stick with Cisco (or linksys) hardware.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!  

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