RE: Help with VPN setup

 Details, we need more details.

What equipment is where.

Site to Site vpn??

VPN Server at the main office??

That sort of thing.

S

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From: James [mailto:jmay@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, April 08, 2005 4:09 PM
To: ISA Mailing List
Subject: [isalist] Help with VPN setup

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I good use a lot of advise here.I need to set up a vpn using the
following

2 dell servers one sc420 firewall edge ISA 2000 both have been ordered
with windows 2003 standard edition.
What is the simplist way to get a L2tp/ipsec vpn working or is it even
possible to do with this hardware software configuration???

This client of mine wants to run two applications over a vpn connection
from a small remote office (goldmine and one other,printing services)to
the main office. One or maybe two clients connecting from a remote
location.

Currently I'm setting up a test lab using the diagram download via the
isa vpn kit. this is using 5 computers. So the bottom line what is the
best I could do with the servers he's going to furnish.


Thanks any comments will be appreciated

Jim 

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