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UC540 SSL VPN

Hi guys,

i have been looking at Ciscos documentation on SSL VPN but cant seem to find if this can be configured on the UC540 and does it require a license?

Thanks in advance.

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UC540 SSL VPN

Need SPA525G2 for remote phone (it is only phone that supports it). Need port 443 open to UC.

Configure phones at main office then ship out:

Connect SPA525G2 to UC

Use  CCA: Home - Phone VPN SETUP Wizard.

It will be ready to connect from anywhere.

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UC540 SSL VPN

Hi John,

SSL VPN can be configred on the UC500.  I don't believe it requires a license but I think you can have 8 active users.

If you're trying to configure it you can do this by going through CCA to Configure > Security > SSL VPN.

For better documentation go to this link(page 261):

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/net_mgmt/cisco_configuration_assistant/version3_2_1/administration_guide/cca_sbcs_admin_guide.pdf

Let me know if you have any questions.

-Trent Good

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UC540 SSL VPN

I got a document from Cisco which outlines everything.

No license is required and its max 10 VPN connections SSL IPSEC etc

I will post the link soon for reference in the community.

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UC540 SSL VPN

Here is the link to the VPN information:

Table 5 - indicates 10 licences for VPN - includes SSL, IPSEC and GRE.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6788/vcallcon/ps7293/C78-557768-00_540_platform_reference_guide_DS_v2a.pdf

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UC540 SSL VPN

Are you able to terminate the VPN on a Cisco ASA where the UC device is sitting behind it and use the SPA525G?

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UC540 SSL VPN

Yes, you should be able to.

This may be of help to you:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread/2024749

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