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VPN Reconfiguration in Office

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#1 bryanmundia


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Posted 13 July 2018 - 08:55 AM

So we are in the process of switching over Internet Service Providers at our office. We currently have a VPN system and setup (Cisco 881, SN:FGL1904248J) that functions.  With the swicth to our new ISP comes a different static IP address from them.  Can anyone walk me through how to change the settings within our VPN to take care of the change in static IP addresses.  Do we need to configure anything on the server side or are all of the settings on the client side?

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Posted 14 July 2018 - 06:13 AM

Is your VPN tunnel served from a dedicated router through your network, or do you just simply evoke the software independently from each client device connected to the network?

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