Win2k DC VPN setup


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Steve Amirault

Hi,

I need to know where to start with VPN. We plan to upgrade our current ISDN
128KB linked network with Internet High Speed but want to keep current
network shares and resources. I need to know base on the actual network and
devices, how to setup VPN. Here is the network:

5 sites linked with CISCO ISDN 128 KB Routers. Let's say site A is the Main
Site.

Site A (Main)
1 Win2K DC SP4 running DHCP, WINS, DNS, RRAS, Exchange (local only) and
shared folders.
1 ISA 2000 SP4 running ActiveFax server linked to Internet with a DSL modem
with static IP.
1 UNIX SCO 5.0.7 server which run our main Unix application available on all
sites.
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Site B,C, D and E
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Here are my questions:

Where will I find the best papers on jow to setup VPN?
How should I configure it based on the server scheme mentioned earlier? Is
the ISA should be the VPN server or the DC? Considering that the DC is
already managing lots of resources... Should it be another server?
What do I do to keep terminals and printers accessing (digiboards (TSU with
IP's)) UNIX server's main application located on site like it is now?
What is the best protocol and secure to use?
Are all the current network resources and application will be available like
it is now?

Thanks in advance.

Steve Amirault
 
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Robert L [MS-MVP]

In this case, it is better to setup Site to site VPN using Cisco VPN. Assuming you want to use Windows RRAS as VPN server, it is recommended to use ISA as VPN server.

vpn solutions VPN Solutions. 1. Peer to Peer VPN 2. Client to Server VPN 3. Site to Site VPN 4. IPSec VPN 5. Exporting VPN Client Settings 6. Multiple VPN Tunnels in ...
www.chicagotech.net/vpnsolutions.htm


Site to Site VPN References, What's My IP, VPN Flowchart, VPN Solutions, Diagnosis Tools ... To setup a Site-to-Site VPN Connection , you may need to configure two windows ...
www.chicagotech.net/site%20to%20site%20vpn.htm



Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
Hi,

I need to know where to start with VPN. We plan to upgrade our current ISDN
128KB linked network with Internet High Speed but want to keep current
network shares and resources. I need to know base on the actual network and
devices, how to setup VPN. Here is the network:

5 sites linked with CISCO ISDN 128 KB Routers. Let's say site A is the Main
Site.

Site A (Main)
1 Win2K DC SP4 running DHCP, WINS, DNS, RRAS, Exchange (local only) and
shared folders.
1 ISA 2000 SP4 running ActiveFax server linked to Internet with a DSL modem
with static IP.
1 UNIX SCO 5.0.7 server which run our main Unix application available on all
sites.
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Site B,C, D and E
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Here are my questions:

Where will I find the best papers on jow to setup VPN?
How should I configure it based on the server scheme mentioned earlier? Is
the ISA should be the VPN server or the DC? Considering that the DC is
already managing lots of resources... Should it be another server?
What do I do to keep terminals and printers accessing (digiboards (TSU with
IP's)) UNIX server's main application located on site like it is now?
What is the best protocol and secure to use?
Are all the current network resources and application will be available like
it is now?

Thanks in advance.

Steve Amirault
 
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Steve Amiro

Thanks for the reply. I'll have a look to the suggested sites.

steve
"Robert L [MS-MVP]" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news: (e-mail address removed)...
In this case, it is better to setup Site to site VPN using Cisco VPN. Assuming you want to use Windows RRAS as VPN server, it is recommended to use ISA as VPN server.

vpn solutions VPN Solutions. 1. Peer to Peer VPN 2. Client to Server VPN 3. Site to Site VPN 4. IPSec VPN 5. Exporting VPN Client Settings 6. Multiple VPN Tunnels in ...
www.chicagotech.net/vpnsolutions.htm


Site to Site VPN References, What's My IP, VPN Flowchart, VPN Solutions, Diagnosis Tools ... To setup a Site-to-Site VPN Connection , you may need to configure two windows ...
www.chicagotech.net/site%20to%20site%20vpn.htm



Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
Hi,

I need to know where to start with VPN. We plan to upgrade our current ISDN
128KB linked network with Internet High Speed but want to keep current
network shares and resources. I need to know base on the actual network and
devices, how to setup VPN. Here is the network:

5 sites linked with CISCO ISDN 128 KB Routers. Let's say site A is the Main
Site.

Site A (Main)
1 Win2K DC SP4 running DHCP, WINS, DNS, RRAS, Exchange (local only) and
shared folders.
1 ISA 2000 SP4 running ActiveFax server linked to Internet with a DSL modem
with static IP.
1 UNIX SCO 5.0.7 server which run our main Unix application available on all
sites.
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Site B,C, D and E
Clients are WinXP, few Win98 and dumb terminals and OKIDATA printers
connected digiboards (TSU).

Here are my questions:

Where will I find the best papers on jow to setup VPN?
How should I configure it based on the server scheme mentioned earlier? Is
the ISA should be the VPN server or the DC? Considering that the DC is
already managing lots of resources... Should it be another server?
What do I do to keep terminals and printers accessing (digiboards (TSU with
IP's)) UNIX server's main application located on site like it is now?
What is the best protocol and secure to use?
Are all the current network resources and application will be available like
it is now?

Thanks in advance.

Steve Amirault
 

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