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Standard User leem2004
(newbie) Mon 18-Nov-13 15:51:15
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VPN to home


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Hi ALL,

I have the plusnet fiber broadband - I have a network lab at home which i would like to connect to.

I have a asa firewall which iI would like to connect to through the plus net router.

Has anyone done this type of thing ?

thanks,

Lee
Standard User David_W
(fountain of knowledge) Mon 18-Nov-13 17:08:20
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Re: VPN to home


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Depending on the model and software options, the ASA should be capable of IPsec VPNs and probably capable of SSL VPNs.

It will be easier to get a VPN going if your PlusNet connection has a static IP address.

Standard User RobertoS
(sensei) Mon 18-Nov-13 21:39:54
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Re: VPN to home


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In case you need to know, a static IP address on PlusNet is a one-off cost of £5. You can trigger the process in your Member Centre, and once you have done so a disconnection and reconnection brings it into force.

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