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  • Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

    Hi
    My website server is kept at a ISP .
    I would like to create a secure tunnel betwenn my ASA 5510 and the server.

    My ASA outside port already has a site to site VPN Tunnel with my another office where exchange server is running.

    How should i go about it

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    Re: Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

    This is urgent I require a solution Urgently

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      Re: Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

      For a site to site VPN connection to the ISP you'll need to get the ISP to create the "far end" of the connection in their firewall, which they probably will not do.

      Is it the case that you need remote access to the server? If so, you could try using RDP, LogMeIn, or create an incoming PPTP connection on the server (you'll need to install and configure RRAS).

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        Re: Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

        I want the site to site VPN between My AsAm and My website server, The issue is as you said the ISP is not allowing me to end the tunnel at their firewall.
        I have to give RDP Access to my application development team.
        I want an IPSEC tunnel as the RDP or others are not that secure

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        • #5
          Re: Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

          Then you'll have to set up RRAS on the server and then create a connection to it from your workstations. Once the PPTP connection between the two is established then you can RDP to the server.

          Also, RDP traffic is encrypted by default.

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          • #6
            Re: Ipsec site to site tunnel between cisco asa and windows 2003

            you could also create a client vpn on the ASA, then install cisco vpn client on the server and set it to connect at startup
            Cisco CCNA, CCDA, CCVP, Advanced Wireless Design Specialist, CCIP (in progress)

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