Can an office with a Cisco router configured as a VPN server (Site-to-Site and Easy VPN Servers) also run a Windows Server 2008 R2 VPN Server at the same time?
The only concern I can see is if they use the same ports. If not using the same ports I would need to do some port forwarding onto the Windows Server VPN Server to direct that traffic, and that is it.
Basically, the office in question has a small 881(W) router, limited to 10 concurrent connections. So I want to split the inter-office connectivity as Cisco Site-to-Site VPNs (to connect up 2 other offices, with same kit installed, but no servers) and the user based VPN access for remote laptop workers via Windows Server VPN Server.
I have a very simple configuration in place, just to get the routers talking and their private networks (192.168.x.0/24 at each side) to be routable. This was all done via Cisco Configuration Professional (CCP) and really is about the only way I can control these devices – not very proficient at the command line yet…
Also, through CCP, can I view the current open ports? Namely the ones in use for the existing VPN Servers.
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