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Soho connection to Symantec 200r

Soho connection to Symantec 200r

Soho connection to Symantec 200r


I work for a very small company.  I set up a Symantec 200R as a firewall at work.  It comes with unlimited client connections.  Now I am trying to connect from home.  Unfortunately I am stuck with ISDN.  I am using a 3com oc lan modem to connect my home comuputers to the web, but I can not connect to work because it does not support ipsec pass through which is needed by the symantec client.

Are there any similar products that do support pass through?  I don't need the lan hub since I have a 10/100 switch.  All I want is ISDN, NAT (to allow multiple PCs to connnect) and ipsec pass through.

One, more expensive, alternative is to get a router that supports ipsec pass-through and an ISDN TA.  I would appreciate recomendations for this configuration since I am begining to give up on the simpler solution.

I am also open to other suggestions.

Thanks for any help.


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