By default the UC-500 supports IPSEC-VPN and SSL VPN connectivity without the need of a license upgrade, however in order for this to work right, you may need to consider doing the following:
* Put your current DSL modem in bridge mode and have the UC-500 authenticate the connection and do all the routing * Make sure you have a static IP address, as the VPN will not work on a dynamic IP address ( Well it can but very very difficult). * Make sure you set it up using CCA, that way you can ensure the firewall is configured right and you can properly throttle bandwidth if you need to
Other than that you should be good to go :-)
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