Cisco ASA – configuring PPTP VPN

The Point-to-Point Tunnelling Protocol is a VPN implementation created by Microsoft to allow remote users access to secured networks via a PPTP server. Two protocols are used; a TCP control channel on port 1723 and a GRE tunnel to encapsulate the PPP packets. The ASA uses packet inspection to detect the control packets and allow... Continue Reading →

This is a real world scenario where I needed to route traffic from a private subnet via secondary router when a particular set of servers on a secure external network needed to be accessed.All three VLANs on the ASA were private subnets so NAT had been configured to allow traffic to be routed correctly. !... Continue Reading →

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