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Routing/NATing between VPN-sessions

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by nikolko, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. nikolko

    nikolko Guest

    Good day everybody!

    I need some advice in choosing the equipment that satisfy my needs. I couldn't find such kind of information in product sheets and I even not sure where can I find it.

    So I need a device with VPN-server built-in and ability to route/nat traffic between them. Example: my Device should be connected to LAN with WAN port. Than Devices connects to some PPTP VPN server to reach some resources (e.g. Internet). From the other hand some user should have the ability to establish a VPN session (PPTP or L2TP) with Device (Device serves like VPN server in this case). So this user should also have an ability to use resources of Device's first VPN session. In other words, Device must NAT traffic from second VPN session to the first one. Is it enough understandable?

    What Device I need in this case. I think that BEFSX41 is quite good solution, but nobody can tell me whether it can route/nat between VPNs or not.


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