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#1 gavinseabrook


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Posted 15 August 2008 - 12:45 AM

I have some questions,

Right now I am working with a company who is setting up a new office. I placed a quote together so that they could verify it with the company selling this software. The quote they sent us included a lot of Cisco Equipment that was just really expensive, so they wanted me to find cheaper equipment that would perform the same tasks. They stated that they need a "NAT over VPN" capable router. Once they saw that I placed the RSV4000 on there, they started to say that this router is not capable of this. I have looked everywhere to see if there was any answers to this, but I have found hit an miss things. If anyone could give me a clear, concise answer as to if this router can "NAT over VPN", i would much appreciate it. For the time being I will let my client know that I am researching the problem and will get back with them promptly.

PS: I see that it is a VPN router with the NAT protocol, but NAT over VPN??

Gavin Seabrook


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