Can someone point me to a simple setup guide to configure an L2TP/IPsec on the Cisco RV180?
The network setup is as follows:
One Cisco RV180 at site one plugs into a gigabit fiber modem on its wan port. This network operates on 192.168.0.x.
The other Cisco RV180 at site two also plugs into a gigabit fiber modem on it's wan port. This network operates on 192.168.1.x.
The goal is to allow employees to login remotely and also to create a VPN between the two sites so that they appear to all be on the same LAN for regular day to day users.
It is currently working fine exactly like this except the totally insecure PPTP protocol is being used. I want to upgrade this as soon as possible but I'm not really sure where to start or what steps to follow.
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