One of our costumers is required by law to move all servers off-site, as they are not allowed to run devices 24/7. So we are moving their two Active Directory servers to our datacenter. The company will be using a Cisco 881 K9SEC that they will receive from their ISP. Unfortunately we will not be granted access on the Cisco device and we will have to deliver then with a configuration example.
I've looked up some information and if I understand correctly the Cisco 881 K9SEC can be configured as a VPN Server with Easy VPN (Is this correct?). Can the servers connect to Cisco device directly using the Microsoft Windows "Setup new connection"? Or is the Easy VPN Client required?
How will the Active Directory servers be perceived in the local site? Will they keep the server IP or will they get an IP from the Cisco device? The server is currently configured as 192.168.1.1, and it would be good to keep it that way.
Can someone also provide me with a good example configuration?
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