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leased line connectivity

by goodie365 / December 30, 2012 3:32 PM PST

Dear All,
Please guide me for a leased line connection from a 3G router having SSL VPN network. I also have a CISCO router and HP switch within my design. Please can you help me with a new design for above listed equipments, or an alternate SSL VPN network.

Your help is much appreciated.
Many Thanks

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How did you get this working before?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 31, 2012 12:13 AM PST

This can't be your first network. Tell how you set it up or had it done before.
Bob

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layer 2 leased line connectivity for SSL VPN data connectn
by goodie365 / December 31, 2012 3:18 PM PST

I have to build a seperate SSL VPN connectivity. There is already an existing network but this new
SSL VPN connectivity will be seperate to that network so as to prevent hacking risks that happened for other n/w.
So, this wil be just for 60 users only. As this SSL VPN provide firewall it is much secure. So, this new design will be taken from the communication subsriber like t-mobile etc, who will provide the leased line connection to create this SSL VPN layer 2 n/w.
Now, Please can you tell me the connection diagram or a design flow, i mean the order of equipments attached in a block diagram or just step wise.

equipments i have

1. lease line connection from telecom subscriber.
2. Cisco Router
3. switch

Please advice some design guidance as i know this much only.

Thank you very very much.

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I'm going to subscribe to see how you crack this one.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 1, 2013 12:31 AM PST

One of the concepts of VPN is that it's just like you plugged into their network.

Pardon me but it sounds like you want to connect to more than one VPN and if you were able to network to 2 VPNs at the same time, then you've discovered a security hole. Maybe I didn't understand your goal but as it stands I'm going to watch.
Bob

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layer 2 leased ssl vpn connection
by goodie365 / January 1, 2013 7:45 PM PST

Thank you for constantly providing feedback to my posts, BOB.

ok, Let me make more clear.

I have a network at location A which is a main n/w.
And, the other n/w at location B(which my client is installing for temporary purpose - about few months)
So, they need a layer 2 SSL VPN connectivity between these two A & B.
So, the n/w will be provided by subscriber to bring the service active.
So, I need to design using router and switch a leased line connection for this SSL VPN connection. Hope its clear now. Please can you advice me how to connect above equipments at location B with the respective ports at the equipments. Please also advice if i need to add any other equipments in this design.
Your co-ordination is really appreciated.
please ask if i further need to clarify.

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