The blue router on the left is a Cisco router with VPN capabilities and the red computer on the right is any computer that is running the Cisco VPN Client. After applying the config below the remote access user will be able to access the device at 192.168.11.2 as if it was on the same network as it.

Configuring EasyVPN Between Cisco Routers The basic configuration is performed on the Server and the configuration done on the Remote router is almost similar to the configuration done on Cisco easy VPN client. Let’s consider an example as shown on diagram below: configure R1 as an easy VPN Remote and configure R2 as an easy VPN Server and force the traffic to flow via the VPN Tunnel How to Configure VPN Remote Access+IPsec on Cisco Router Jul 31, 2016 Configuring PPTP (VPDN) Server On A Cisco Router

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Configuring EasyVPN Between Cisco Routers The basic configuration is performed on the Server and the configuration done on the Remote router is almost similar to the configuration done on Cisco easy VPN client. Let’s consider an example as shown on diagram below: configure R1 as an easy VPN Remote and configure R2 as an easy VPN Server and force the traffic to flow via the VPN Tunnel How to Configure VPN Remote Access+IPsec on Cisco Router Jul 31, 2016 Configuring PPTP (VPDN) Server On A Cisco Router