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    Default Using Untangle as replacement for a router in branch Office

    We are getting an IPVPN for a new branch office and Telco offers
    a Cisco router. Can I just replace this router with untangle?

    Our HQ already has Cisco routers connecting to other branch offices
    but would want to use an untangle server in this new branch as router.

    How do I go about this?

    Thank you! Awaiting any help...

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    welcome!

    you could.

    but Untangle uses openvpn which is not IPSec compatible if that what you are using the cisco's for...
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    Lightbulb Using Untangle as replacement for a router in branch Office

    Could I use 2 untangle servers instead. 1 in HQ and the other
    at the Branch?

    Wouldnt this make my setup (mix of cisco and untangle) more
    complicated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabicom View Post
    Could I use 2 untangle servers instead. 1 in HQ and the other
    at the Branch?
    Yes...Untangle can do router to router VPN tunnels to other Untangle boxes.

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