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Placing a Cisco RV340 behind a USG Pro 4 for IKEv2/IPsec or SSTP VPN

Evening All,

 

Just wondering if anyone had thoughts or advice re: the above scenario? I am currently using a USG Pro 4 which has terrible L2TP/IPsec speeds, could I purchase a Cisco RV340 and place behind the USG Pro 4 for Client VPN access (AnyConnect).

 

I would greatly appreciate any comments or advice.

 

Thank you!

 

Brad

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Re: Placing a Cisco RV340 behind a USG Pro 4 for IKEv2/IPsec or SSTP VPN

That will work. Anyconnect throughput is about 30Mbps on RV340. It uses SSL. So you need to forward the Anyconnect port ( typically 7443 or 8443 ) to the RV340. Works out of the box with mobile devices. Anyconnect clinet is on app or play stores.

 

For up to 650Mbps throughput you can use IPsec from a laptop. Anyconnect client not requried. However I have no experience on IPSec VPN passthru on the USG.

 

Jo

 

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Re: Placing a Cisco RV340 behind a USG Pro 4 for IKEv2/IPsec or SSTP VPN

Thanks Jo - appreciate the reply!

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Re: Placing a Cisco RV340 behind a USG Pro 4 for IKEv2/IPsec or SSTP VPN

Following is the capacity and performance of rv340 regarding VPNs. You can compare these with USG 4 and if rv340 is better than USG 4, then I will suggest replace USG 4 with RV340, not put it behind USG 4.

 

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