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TOPIC: N to N VPN routing?

Re: N to N VPN routing? 13 years 9 months ago #16151


Another thing to check is the upstream bandwidth each site has. If the offices have ADSL then the max upstream bandwidth will be 1mb/s however is more likely to be 256 kb/s or 512kb/s

If they have SHDSL then they will have either 2mb/s (unbonded) or 4mb/s (bonded/paired).


Patience - the last reserve of the any engineer

Re: N to N VPN routing? 13 years 9 months ago #16166

Point-to-point VPN or Point-to-Multipoint VPN can do the trick for this scenario.I have worked on Linksys BEFVP41 VPN router and it allows you to create 70 tunnels .Its a cost effective solution(approx 160$ ) as compared to Cisco's VPN Concentrator or PIX .Check out below sites



It has 1WAN port( ADSL modem's cable can b plugged into it)
and 4LAN ports so tht other pcs can b connected .

Hope it'll help you in your scenario.

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