How to set up a VPN connection to a router trough internet
I have question (off course).
I have to set up a VPN connection to a router. The router is at a customer and it is connected to the internet. Whenever I have to give support on a system, I have to connect to their network in that IP range and be able to log in to a random system.
So the situation is as following.
Im at my office and I need to connect to a system of the customer. The customer is using a Cisco 3925 router that is connected to the internet and to the network I have to connect with. So I would like to use the router as a VPN server that grants access to their whole network :-)
What would be the best option to connect to the customer? I have tried a lot, like "easy vpn server" with CCP.
To make sure that the firewall is not blocking anything, I have reconfigured a new 3925 router.
Can somebody give me a link to a toturial including the configuration of the remote client(my laptop)?
This document provides a configuration example of Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) Authentication on FTD managed over FDM. The configuration allows Anyconnect users to establish a VPN session authenticating with a SAML Identity Serv...
DMVPN Dual Hub Dual Cloud Pros and ConsProsNo single point of failureQuick failover if routing protocols are tunedLoad balancing is easyTraffic engineering is easyEasy to work with multiple ISPsConsNeed 2 tunnels per spokeConfiguration is more complicated...
I had in the past an issue when migrating Cisco Cloud Web Security to Cisco Umbrella for a Customer. The Cisco ASA Firewall blocks the DNScrypt provided by the Cisco Umbrella Virtual Appliance.The issue is solved by disabling DNS packet inspection between...
Network Security All-in-one Version 1.4: ASA Firepower WSA Umbrella VPN ISE Layer 2 Security This book is written for Network engineers working in the Security field and to prepare the CCNP Security exam, it includes Cisco ASA Firewall, ASA with Fire...
This document describes how to configure the Cisco L3 devices to forward DHCPv6 information to ISE for profiling purpose. Note that although Cisco IOS doesn’t support DHCPv6 via device sensor it still sends IPv6 via RADIUS accounting which i...