Is it possible to run 2 VPN tunnels from a router?? I know you can on an ASA but never tried it on a router. I have 2 offices in London that need to connect to both each other and to my US network. Our current London office is connected via EZVPN on a 2801 router to an ASA in the US just fine. I am adding a new office that will have a 2911 router. My plan is to setup the new office with EZVPN into the US's ASA like the other office, then build a dedicated IPSEC tunnel between the 2 London offices so they don't have to cross the Atlantic to go across town for data. Is this possible??
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ISE Node Terminology
Policy Administration Node
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Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly AMP for Endpoints) is a comprehensive Endpoint Security solution designed to function both as a stand-alone tool, and as a part of the architecture of natively integrated Cisco and 3rd par...