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Posted by galfonzo - PRESIDENT, RESOURCEWARE, INC.
Sep 27, 2000, 9:30am Pacific (15.)
We are trying to implement a VPN for a thin client software package. The software requires a unique IP address for each session established. How do we get a remote office to establish a VPN connection with unique IP addresses using Cisco hardware. On the same note, another software package I am working with "does not support VPN!" Both of these software companies are still working in the frame relay mind set. How do we work around this.
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